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Sociology Chapter 3 Notes

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Sociology Chapter 3 Notes Soc 1020

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this is the rest of the Chapter 3 notes on Socialization
Intro to Sociology 1020
Professor Lambert
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Date Created: 02/16/16
Soc 1020 Buckel Prof. Lambert Chapter 3 (continued) Gender Socialization (cont.)  Gender impacts how we treat children o Mothers use different tone of voice and words when talking to children, even fetuses o Mothers more likely to hold girls facing them and boys facing outward o Conscious/unconscious o Goldberg & Lewis experiment with mothers and babies  Observed tone of voice, interaction between mothers and babies  Had the same kids brought in as toddlers and observed how boys vs girls wanted the toy from their mothers  Gender impacts what chores children do, how they are disciplined, and what they are allowed to do o Boys allowed to crawl farther from parent than girls o Boys encouraged to rough house, girls encouraged to play house o Boys and girls are given different toys and clothes  Learning gender from peers: o Peers discuss and reinforce gendered appearances, behaviors, and interests Gender in the Media  Advertising: o Different activities for males/females are emphasized  Movies/ TV: o Types of roles played by women and men  Video Games o 90% of main characters are male- female characters are sexualized  Anime: o Complex portrayal of gender roles Types of Socialization  Resocialization- learning new norms, values, attitudes and behaviors match a new situation  Total Institutions- people are cut off from the rest of society and are under total control of officials in charge o Boot camps, prisons, convents, some cults  Socialization through the Life Course o Does not merely represent biology o Social factors influence Life Course o Social location very significant Are we Prisoners of Socialization?  Sociologists don’t think we are o Sociologists understand that socialization is powerful and profoundly affects all of us BUT we have a self  The self develops continuously throughout our lives and through experiences, we become “individuals”  Individuals are actively involved in the construction of the self o Our early experiences in life lay the foundation but we can purposely expose ourselves to other groups/ideas which affect the self


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