Chapter 4: Socialization Review Game. Sociology Mrs. Martin. Section 1. Section 2. Section 3. Section 4. Milgram. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500. Section 1 100 Question.
What term describes the process of learning how to take part in group life?
What did Harry Harlow experiment on?
What did Harlow discover about attachment through his experiment on love/comfort?
Preferred comfort over food
Socialization was permanently stunted due to isolation from “mothers”
What was the outcome for Anna after being discovered at age 5?
Some skills were developed but physically and mentally years behind her peers
What accounted for Isabelle’s recovery in a relatively short span of time?
She had contact with her mother while isolated from society
Socialization is a way to help society exists because it is necessary to teach children to work together to create a stable society- according to which perspective/theory?
Which perspective/theory views socialization as a way of teaching the child his or her social class and therefore maintaining the status quo?
What stage did Mead use to described that about the age of 1½ children begin to mimic behaviors (without understanding the behaviors) while playing?
Cooley believed that we develop our self-concept based on how we believe others will judge us- what did he call this?
Mead believed the ________ was the part of self formed through socialization and concerned with acceptance (this is similar to Freud’s superego).
What is the first and most important agent of socialization?
Mrs. Martin expects you to take turns, be respectful and allow one another to speak in class-this is what part of how schools socialize students?
What agent of socialization allows children to begin to make their own decisions and experiment with new ways of thinking, feeling, behaving, and engaging in activities?
How does mass media act as an agent of socialization?
It introduces society to a common understanding exposing people and ideas. Many images are distorted.
Have social scientists found a link between TV violence and real-life violence?
Yes “based on hundreds of studies involving over ten thousand children, most now conclude that watching aggressive behavior on television significantly increases aggression”
What term is used for a group whose norms and values are used to guide behavior and with whom a person identifies?
Tom is going to college next year and has begun to dress, speak, and act as he imagines a college student to behave- this is called what?
What is the process of giving up old norms, values, attitudes and behaviors?
What is the process of adopting new norms, values, attitudes, and behaviors?
What are two components of a total institution?
Isolated from society
Controlled by staff
Supervision of all spheres of a person’s life
Standardized, rigid system under which all live
Daily schedules for all
What university was Milgram working at when he preformed his experiment?
Yale- New Haven
What did Milgram set out to prove?
German national character that included obedience
How did Milgram find his subjects?
Why did Milgram not perform the second portion of his experiment in Germany?
Americans were too obedient to authority
What was the lasting consequence of the Milgram experiment on using human subjects?
There must be informed consent