Rural Sociology Week 5
Rural Sociology Week 5 RU_SOC 1000 - 03
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by SC_Kara Beemer on Sunday October 4, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to RU_SOC 1000 - 03 at University of Missouri - Columbia taught by Amanda Sims in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 29 views. For similar materials see Rural Sociology in Sociology at University of Missouri - Columbia.
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Kara Beemer Rural Sociology Week 5 Socialization Socialization ongoing process by which we develop our sense of self and learn the ways of society 1 Gain a sense of self 2 Learn how to belong to a group 3 Acquire the capacity to be human 4 Learn how to negotiate the environment Internalization process by which people take in the values and norms that the agents of socialization are trying to instill Social Contact 0 Close contact with others is critical to our development 0 Strong social ties are linked to wellbeing 0 Social isolation is bad for humans quotFeralquot children Movies like Castaway Mama Nell Primarv Socialization involves language stimulus responses and basic rules for behavior 0 Relies on the family 0 Beliefs and traditions 0 Before any schooling 0 Secondary Socialization involves reasoning and logic reading and writing and problem solving 0 Relies on schools 0 Instill values and critical thinking skills Collective memorv Things that already happened that help us to understand what happened in the past and inform us of how to act in the future 0 Media 0 EX JFK shooting 911 terrorist attacks school shootings Role Taking George Herbert Mead 0 We learn by taking the role of the other 0 Role taking is the key to self awareness Mead s process of role taking 1 Preparatory stage a lt2 years b Babies haven t developed cognitive skills to roletake yet c Mimic and imitate d Learn to function symbolically Kara Beemer L Language ii Naming 2 Play stage a 26 years b Play spontaneous activity free from rules c Signi cant Others peoplecharacters that are important to an individual has great in uence and motivates one to behave a certain way 3 Game Stage a 7 years b Games structured activities that have rules and involve more than one person c Generalized other a system of expectations that transcend the people participating Becomes incorporated into a person s sense of self through interactions 0 The I the rst version we come to know who you are on the inside 0 The quotmequot the distinct social self that is perceived by others who you present to the world Looking Glass Self Charles Horton Cooley How we develop our sense of self 0 People as mirrors 0 Interpretation is key Responding to perceptions Looking Glass Self a process in which our sense of self develops 1 Imagine how we see ourselves 2 Imagine the judgments that others make about us 3 We react to those perceived judgments and create our self identity Agents of Socialization Help shape our sense of self 0 Make us realize what we re capable of and help us negotiate the world 0 Family 0 Learn traditions rituals interactions 0 Home training 0 Education 0 Learn things we need to know 0 Get sorted into categories 0 Peers 0 Dictate who you are outside of family Kara Beemer Mass media amp marketing Groups are 2 or more people who 0 Share an identity Language kinship teams 0 Feel a sense of belonging o Interact with each other Resocialization process of becoming socialized again to a new situation Ditch your old values and replace them with new norms and values Pdsons Military Schools Cults O O O O
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