merrh ch 4 soc

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merrh ch 4 soc
2013-09-25 22:44:55
SOC 200 03

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  1. the process of learning and internalizing the values, beliefs, and norms of our social group
  2. the socialization process begins in _____ and lasts ____ _____
    • infancy
    • through lifetime
  3. _______ facilitates socialization
  4. our personal identity that is separate and different from all other people
  5. sociologists believe the self is?
    created and modified through interaction in our lives
  6. Sigmund freud is usually associated with ?
  7. what did freud develop?
    the idea of the subconscious and unconscious mind
  8. freud believe the subconscious unconscious mind controls most of?
    our drives, impulses, thoughts, and behaviors
  9. believed that one's sense of self depends on seeing oneself reflected in interactions with others
    Charles Cooley
  10. refers to the notion that the self develops through our perception of other's evaluations and appraisals of us
    looking glass self
  11. expanded cooleys ideas?
    George Herbert mead
  12. believed that the self was created through social interaction and that this process started in childhood
    george Herbert mead
  13. who believed in the four stages?
  14. mead's four stages?
    • preparatory stage
    • play stage
    • taking the role of the significant other stage
    • game stage
  15. the acquisition of language skills coincides with?
    the growth of mental capacities
  16. freuds theory of the unconscious mind as composed of an interrelated system that underlies human behavior
  17. how we imagine others see us and the feelings about ourselves based on the perceived judgments of others
    looking glass self
  18. meads theory of self that develops through the stages
    mind self and society
  19. goffman's theory of the presentation of self; we are like actors on a stage whose performance strategies aid in impression management
  20. children learn the arts of impression management and may present a different self to their parents than to other children or teachers
    dramaturgy ex
  21. children gain a sense of self through imitation, play and games in which they learn various roles and take on the perspectives of others
    mind, self and society example
  22. parents and significant others serve as a reflection to children, who develop a sense of self based on their appraisals, real or imagined
    looking glass self example
  23. parents instill a conscious(superego) in children through rules that govern their instinctual behavior (id) until children mature and are self governing (ego)