Two general conclusions from the study: Socialization practices varied markedly from society to society. Socialization practices were generally similar among people of the same society We socialize our children in much the same way that our parents socialize us 7
15 2 Role-Taking (by George Herbert Mead, 1863-1931) - Trace the development of self-awareness to early social interaction - Self – from experience as we learn to interpret situation by “taking on the role of other” Self-monitoring Feedback Social actions
16 2 Role-Taking (by George Herbert Mead, 1863-1931) A sense of self emerge “I” and “me” “I”
the part that the “I” and other observe, respond to, and assess.
ex: Mummy feeds me.
17 2 Role-Taking (by George Herbert Mead, 1863-1931)
Children learn to take role of other from:
1- imitation (gesture, words) 2- significant others (specific role) example: - playing mother fussing babies - playing teacher presenting a lesson to the class 3- generalized other (role of the group)
18 3 The Internal Dynamics of Socialization (by Sigmund Freud, 1856-1939)