Soc 142 Week 1 Lecture Notes
Soc 142 Week 1 Lecture Notes SOC 142
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Date Created: 10/06/16
Soc 142: Socialization Week 0 Lecture 1, September 23 rd Two Kinds of Socializations: 1)Natural Sczn Kids are born w/ exploration and play [e & p] e & p leads to stimulation, fun, & exciting 2)Planned Sczn Works best if done in synch w/ natural szn Parents teach child to be kind, polite, good at school – but things does not always go planned Week 1 th Lecture 2, September 26 E&P in nature: e&p is natural for kids Leads to exercise, learning, social bonds Mother and infant relationship usually positive – provides soft to cuddle with affection (for mother) A) Infant Development Overview Positive attribution of sczn: When were first born, were very independent on the parents. Child becomes dependent on food, warmth, o Infant are born with e&p and socialization starts to increase o Increase trust in caregiver (CG) Negative attribution: Too much negativity can lead to endangerment. Social bond likely to stay strong if the ratio is high Overall life can go towards positive and negative direction (good and bad) w/ socialization B) Infant development in detail 1)Xerox Topic #1:Reflexes are starters Infant has reflexes, which starts the process of learning skills Overall, reflexes lead to survival before we actually learn how to survive Topic #2: Inborn perceptual capacities Also increases the chances of survival th Lecture #3, September 28 Topic #3: Infants attachment to Mother/CG (caregiver) I)Contact comfort = CC Physical contact o Comes from comfort, skin touching, fur, and warmth o Unconditional stimulus that requires no learning II) Contact Comfort + Sensory Stimulation These two work better together than CC alone Infant fell in love w/ stationary mother (attached) b/c the mother produced contact comfort (CC+) The randomly roaming mother did something different – got CC but also SS too III) Infant monkey’s adopted dogs Third experiment ran at Davis Animals raised by dogs had the same energy as the dog Dog has contact comfort that is natural Topic #4: Early Social Environment of the Infant Early environment is mainly the mother (center of its life) There will be other adult in infant’s life Mother also allow adults to touch the infant & even babysit Juvenille females- Never had an infant with limited skills o They will approach infant and a lot of things can happen o Ok/Good = Infant turns out happy b/c playing w/ juv female. o Positive outcome (+) leading to fun and increases play o Good outcome = Sd (+) skill level is going up Topic #5: How the Infant affects its Mother 0)Birth is unexpected for the mother and is a neutral stimulus 1) mother experiences infant as a NS and have enormous surprise I) The small infants bring positive reinforcements to Mother II) Mother learns to be more protective III) Genders
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