Secondary Socialisation

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Sociology Mind Map on Secondary Socialisation, created by tom_wilkinn on 09/22/2014.

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Secondary Socialisation
1 Family (Primary Socialisation)
1.1 What do they teach us?
1.1.1 Communication
1.1.2 Manners
1.1.3 Norms in the home
1.1.4 Right and wrong
1.2 Is it successful?
1.2.1 Yes, in all children obey orders
1.2.2 Children do try to challenge the boundaries though
1.3 Key Studies
1.3.1 Furedi Paranoid Parents
1.3.2 Reay Social class differences
2 Education
2.1 What does it teach us?
2.1.1 To adapt to rules
2.1.2 Cultural expectations
2.1.3 Social order
2.1.4 Expectations, norms and values
2.1.5 Formal and informal curriculum
2.2 Is it successful?
2.2.1 Yes, Students are constantly reminded of expectations
2.2.2 Some might try to test teachers and break school rules though
3 Peer Group
3.1 What do they teach us?
3.1.1 Norms and values
3.1.2 Membership and belonging
3.1.3 Status and role models
3.1.4 To be individualistic
3.2 Is it successful?
3.2.1 Yes, people feel more confident in a peer group
3.2.2 However, people sometimes feel pressured to change to fit it
3.3 Key Studies
3.3.1 Sewell 'Cultural Comfort Zones', people hang around with others of the same social background
4 Media
4.1 What does it teach us?
4.1.1 Values, behaviour and what's acceptable
4.1.2 Socialising individuals
4.1.3 Promotes certain lifestyles
4.2 Is it successful?
4.2.1 Yes, many peoples attitudes are influenced
4.2.2 People gain role models
4.3 Key Studies
4.3.1 Marie Gillespie Videos have important socialising functions
5 Religion
5.1 What does it teach us?
5.1.1 Social attitudes and behaviour
5.1.2 Moral values
5.1.3 Social unity
5.1.4 Identity
5.2 Is it successful?
5.2.1 Values they teach are used in society
5.2.2 However, Religion itself is on the decline
5.3 Key Studies
5.3.1 Charlotte Butler Muslim girls adapting to society in the East Midlands
6 Workplace
6.1 What does it teach us?
6.1.1 Skills, norms and values
6.1.2 Forms of learning
6.1.3 Behaviour and discipline
6.1.4 Responsibility and identity
6.2 Is it successful?
6.2.1 Yes, people behave and obey a given code of conduct
6.3 Key Studies
6.3.1 Waddington 'Canteen Culture'
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