Flashcards in Chapter 5 - Socialization Deck (11)
The way we prepare for future life roles
The process by which new members of a total institution lose aspects of their old identities and are given new ones.
The common behavioral expectations of general society.
The informal teaching done in school that socialized children to societal norms.
The way people learn what is “good” and “bad” in society.
The influence of our genetic makeup on self-development.
The Role that our social environment plays in self-development.
A group made up of people who are similar in age and social status who share interests.
The process by which old behaviors are removed and new behaviors are learned in their place.
A person’s distinct sense of identity as developed through social interaction.