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uses biological principles to explain all behavior of human beings
unable to trust and form relationships
the total of all the statuses that define an individual
looking-glass self: the three stage process through which each person develops a sense of self
- Significant v. Generalized others
- stages of self
What are Cooley's three stages of Looking-Glass self?
perception > interpretation > response
What are Mead's three stages of self?
- Prep: interpretations lack meaning
- Play: take on specific roles
- Game: take on multiple roles
instincts humans inherit but remain unconscious
norms and values learned from parents
constantly evaluates social realities and looks for ways to adjust to them
social factors influence people over certain stages of their life
rehearses future socialization
The four most important agents of socialization in American society
- peer groups
- mass media
what four things are required for primary socialization?
- learned a language/has logic
- accepted the basic norms and values
- patterns behavior for norms and values
- assumed a culturally appropriate social identity
when someone if cut off from society to resocialize and obtain new behavior patterns
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