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name two characteristics for each of the agents of socialization.
family: provide love, care, and nurture.
greatest influence of teaching and learning long term goals, provides initial set of norms and values
Fat pete makes real stupid sounds.
what are the five agents of sociology
Family
Peers
Media
sports
schools
Fat pete makes real stupid sounds
characteristics of family
provide love, care, and nurturing child
greatest influence in teaching long-term goals, initial set of norms and values.
characteristics of peers
social equals
provide support in an ever changing society
greatest influence in lifestyle choices clothes, talk, activities
fill voids
religion - characteristics
helps to shape the identity a child constructs for him/herself
instills a sense of values & a moral code
media- characteristics
consist of tv, radio, newspaper, magazines, internet, movies
exposes children to images that help to shape how they view themselves
teaches imitation and role play
sports - characteristics
father and son relationship/bond
ideas of gender identity
women who are in sports develop healthier body images, and higher level of self confidence
schools - characteristics
teach norms and values of the larger culture
take over where family leaves off, breakfast and lunch programs, DARE, sex education
rules of society are taught, punctuality, respect for authority in order to meet societal nees.
the process through which people learn the expectations of society process where the individual gains the skills to become functioning members w/i a society.
socialization
nature vs. nurture
nature: we are who we are due to our genetics - biology.
nurture: we are who we are due to our social enviornment.
the unconscious mind shapes human behavior
Psychoanalytic theory - Frued
an adaption of psychoanalytic theory that plases less emphasis on biological drives, argues that the social relationships children experience determine the development of thier adult personalities. Gender identity.
Object relations theory: Chodorow
Cognitive theory of Developement.
Piaget - 4 stages:
1.Sensorimotor: (0-2) use of 5 senses
2.Pre-operational: (2-5) language & symbol
3.concrete op. (6-12) some logical thought, numbers, mass, volume.
4. formal op. (teen) abstract thinking, cause and effect.
smart people can fail.

four stages

Piaget
Moral Development: Kohlberg
Social learning theory is a learned response to a social stimuli.
pre-conventional: young kids view right from wrong through (stimuli) punishment and rewards.
conventional: adolescence develop moral judgment related to cultural norms, especially social and accepting authority. external stimuli:influence, friends
pre, con, post
stimuli