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Sociology 101

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Sociology 101 101

tiffany.sakamoto Notetaker
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Intro to Sociology
Mandy Clayson Anaya

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Intro to Sociology
Mandy Clayson Anaya
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Date Created: 02/26/15
Lecture 14 notes 02262015 Socialization process of becoming culturally competent o Feral children children that were away from society and try to adjust to social customs 0 Anna 2nOI child locked in attic room no nuture age 6 she was rescued could not walk or talk only socially progressed to 25 year old died at age 10 o Isabelle away from human interaction acted like wild animal when rescued at age 6 socially trained her to her age group 0 Difference Isabelle had one social interaction with mother and her mother was able to nurture her Anna had no interaction and no nurturing 0 Victor walked like dog and acted like an animal Jean Marc ltard said he could socialize him Victor never ate with utensils never communicate with other people not fully socially competent o Feral children show the importance of socialization Psychologicaltheories Freud believed in biological natural urges subconsciousgenetic ddves Kolberg amp Pigget people go through stages of learning nal stages you are done learning around 18 years old Sociological Theories Charles H Cooley 18641929 believed that social environment effected the social competence rulesinteractions of an individual Self concepts 0 Interaction self and society 0 Self is made up of what we choose to take from society own decisions beliefs values 0 Famous quote quotSelf and society are twin bornquot 0 Need society to make one s self 0 Looking Glass Self SelfJudgment 0 Imagine how others see us 0 Imagine judgments of others based on actions 0 Experience shame or pride based on judgment 0 Execute or revise actions 0 Not all can correctly self judge themselves Paranoid when one makes negative judgments about themselves poor selfimage o Pronoid when one always thinks their actions are positive even when society thinks otherwise positive selfimage Cooley suggests that socialization is life liong and ongoing O O Constantly moving through different statuses and must be culturally competent for those different statuses Ex student l managerjob have to transition from being a student to a good boss George Mead 18631931 believed that the self contained two phases l amp Me 0 I phase subject reactions 0 Me phase predicts how others will see us 0 Ex Dad doesn t want to buy his kid candy tantrum I phase quotI want to smack my kidquot Me phase quotbut how would that make me lookquot I phase again quotOk I won t smack my kid but I ll do something elsequot This dialog of l and Me phase is called feedback loop 0 l amp Me phase creates own personalities o If there was no Me phase the individual would be impulsive acting but not thinking about actions 0 If there was no I phase the individual would just follow social expectations Mead Concept of learning social competence O Gaining self parents provide instruction serve as role models reinforce appropriate conduct all these things are consistent Play imitate signi cant others understand the roles of certain statuses appreciate themselves as objects Games rules standardized impersonal roles personality does not matter for role just have to understand the role Generalized other point of view shared by others understanding of peoples reactions generalized other becomes Me phase Robert K Merton developed the self ful lling prophecy O O O O Idea of prediction being made prediction false not aware Individual accepts the prediction as true even when false Individual acts in a way that makes prediction come true Ex experiment was done students were labeled dumb students believe that they were dumb at the end their test scores were lower student believes false prediction Agents of Socialization Family School Peer Group friends Media Work


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