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  1. Reflection • Why is socialization lifelong? • Lifelong Learning • Change in Status – new rules, roles, relationships

  2. Anticipatory Socialization • Process by which knowledge and skills are learned for future roles. • Rites of passage

  3. Timeline of Life • What are the major changes that take place at each stage? • Infancy and Childhood • Adolescence • Adulthood • Old Age • Death and Dying

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  5. Infancy and Childhood • Sense of self • Micro-level • Families – provide warmth, trust, security (Trust v. Mistrust – Erikson) • Abuse – low self-esteem, isolation, mistrust, powerlessness • Macro-level • Public Institutions – policies and practices to promote positive childrearing

  6. Discuss • What is the most difficult aspect of being a teenager?

  7. Adolescence • Buffer between childhood and adulthood • Formal Operational Stage (Piaget) • Often characterized by emotional and social unrest • Teens develop their own identity (conflict with adults) (Identity v. Role Confusion - Erikson) • SES impact on this period (shortened or lengthened)

  8. A Tongue in Cheek View of Adulthood A “Tongue in Cheek” Look at Adulthood Click anywhere to play

  9. Adulthood • Freedom of Choice • Young Adulthood • Financial self-support (Job) • Goals of creating meaningful relationships, seeking personal fulfillment (Intimacy v. Isolation) • Workplace socialization • Middle Adulthood • Compare accomplishments with earlier expectations • Reach goals or recognize limits

  10. Old Age • Integrity v. Despair (Erikson) • May experience social devaluation • A person or group is considered to have less social value than other persons or groups

  11. Death and Dying • Experience decreased physical ability, lower prestige, prospect of death • Come to terms with one’s own mortality