Socialisation

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Socialisation
1 Primary Socialisation (immediate family)
1.1 Learn how to control feelings and desires
1.2 Develop language, learning, writing, perception, thinking and counting.
1.3 Learning moral standards, attitudes, aspirations and identities
1.4 Learning social roles and how to behave in role-specific ways.
1.5 Learnt through the ages of 0-5 in the family home.
1.5.1 Children learn through imitation.
1.6 Gender Roles
1.6.1 Manipulation
1.6.1.1 Parents encourage behaviour that is normal for a child's sex.
1.6.1.1.1 parents discourage different behaviour (disapprova/punishment)
1.6.2 Canalisation
1.6.2.1 Children are 'channelled' to certain toys and activities by their parents.
1.6.3 Verbal Appelations
1.6.3.1 The way we talk to children can show how important gender is.
1.6.3.1.1 "Good Girl" "Naughty Boy"
2 Secondary Socialisation (Education, Media and Peers)
2.1 Media
2.1.1 TV number 1 leisure activity
2.1.2 Promotes consumerism
2.1.3 Youth Subcultures
2.1.4 Promotes social solidarity
2.1.5 Promotes Social control
2.2 School
2.2.1 Appropriate behaviour
2.2.2 Role Allocation
2.2.3 Meritocracy
2.2.4 Social Solidarity
2.2.5 Social Control
2.3 Peers
2.3.1 identity formation
2.3.2 Social Skills
2.3.3 Values, etc
2.3.4 Subcultures
2.4 Culture
2.4.1 'cultural identitty'
2.4.2 Inner vision of self in relation to cultural group.
2.4.3 'worldview'
2.5 Religion
2.5.1 Ecclesiastical traditions
2.5.2 Moral beliefs
2.5.3 Moral functions
3 Process through we learn to fit into society.
4 Learn norms and rules of society and patterns of our culture.
5 Take on "social" roles
6 Lifelong process
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