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  • Socialization
  • Socialization enters a new phase of life
  • Primary Socialization
  • YAY!! You did it! You used the potty all by yourself, you are such a good girl!
  • Secondary Socialization
  • Children, recess is over, time to come back inside.
  • psssst..those loud jerks behind us aren't even offering that pregnant lady a seat.
  • Socialization is interaction with others, it influences ways we think and act, and what we say and what we value; our own activity is created by society in response to those interactions. In short, it's "the process wherein people come to understand societal norms and expectations, to accept society’s beliefs, and to be aware of societal values” (Little,2011).
  • Discussion
  • BLAH BLAH BLAH!!
  • HAHAHAHA!!
  • Primary socialization occurs during childhood, and our agents of socialization are usually our family, they teach us basic skills (like learning how to use a toilet) and act as role models. We develop a sense of self from interaction with our family and learn our values and belief system from them, which helps us make sense of the world.
  • To Kill a Mockingbird
  • Hush your mouth! Don't matter who they are, anybody sets foot in this house's yo' comp'ny, and don't you let me catch you remarkin' on their ways like you was so high and mighty!
  • Secondary Socialization occurs during school years, at work, or in the non-family influence of the public world. Its agents of socialization are teachers or peers, and with them, we learn we learn how to behave in the outside world and how to co-exist with societies rules and beliefs.
  • To kill a Mockingbird
  • Walter, take this quarter and buy some lunch. You may pay me back later..
  • You're shamin' him, Miss Caroline. Walter hasn't got a quarter at home to bring you
  • This is a scenario where this young boy is learning about an acceptable way to behave in public, (manners essentially), by witnessing poor conduct. His mother is quick to reinforce proper etiquette by telling him how those men should be behaving. There are unspoken rules and values that our culture has that are learned from experience.
  • Its considered polite to offer your chair to a lady, especially when she has a baby in her tummy, or to someone who is older, like grandma or grandpa.
  • This is an example of primary socialization for Scout. Calpurnia is Scouts primary agent of socialization because she is Scouts mother figure. In this scene, Calpurnia is reprimanding Scout for being rude to her house guest, teaching her that you are to never disrespect someone who is different from you.
  • This is an example of secondary socialization. Scout is acting as an agent of socialization for Miss Caroline, who is new in town when she has to teach Miss Carline about Walter being a Cunningham, and how the Cunninghams have no money at all and that Walter could never pay her back.
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