The Family

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The Family
  1. Socilisation
    1. Primary socilisation
      1. through the family
        1. needs to happen for secondary socilisation to happen
          1. influential socilisation in the early years of a child's life via the family.
            1. feral child
              1. a child who has lived in isolation from human contact, leading to a variety of social, mental and physical imparemts
                1. doesn't know the society's morals or norms.
                  1. case studies
                    1. Oxana
                      1. socilised by dogs.
                        1. learnt how to servive and live my copying how dogs lived.
                        2. Genie
                          1. left in one room with no human contact apart from being fed or moved from her bed where she was ties down or when she was fed by having food thrown at her.
                    2. secondary socilisation
                      1. media
                        1. education system
                          1. school
                            1. college
                              1. university
                              2. WJC
                                1. police
                                  1. goverment
                                    1. laws
                                      1. the written rules of society.
                                  2. peers
                                    1. peer preassure
                                    2. work
                                      1. religion
                                        1. occurs after primary socilisation.
                                          1. helps to socilise children into society and to learn what is expected of them.
                                            1. socilisation that occures later on in the life via other various agencies of socilisatoin.
                                            2. culture
                                              1. culture is the learned, shared way of life.
                                                1. norms
                                                  1. social expectations or rules about how people should act/ behave. (the un-written rules of society)
                                                  2. morals/ values
                                                    1. beliefs about what is important, what is worth having and what is right and wrong.
                                                  3. nurture
                                                    1. the enviromental influences that contribute to the development of an individual.
                                                  4. Historical
                                                    1. in the 1950's most households were nuclear families
                                                      1. families views and morals are constantly changing with every generation.
                                                        1. women were not able to gain access to contraception
                                                          1. In the 1970's families changed. Divorce, sex and children outside of marriage was more accepted than the 1950's
                                                            1. In the past women were expected to get married and stay at home, now men and women are seen as equal.
                                                              1. the change in family values comes through the changed in society and new ideas along with equality.
                                                              2. Anthropological
                                                                1. in different tribes they have different cultures, therefor creating a different set of norms morals and values inthe familys.
                                                                  1. Suri tribe
                                                                    1. Village decisions are made by an assembly of the men, though women make their views known in advance of the debates.
                                                                      1. this is different to our culture in Britain as we are run by a government we also try to ensure that woman have a say in how we run the country.
                                                                      2. the households are run by women who own their fields to do as they wish. the money they make would usually be used to by goats, which they use to trade for cattle.
                                                                        1. in Britain men used to be seen as the "bread winners" and the leaders and providers of the household, although this has changed it is still very common for men to be the head of the house and to be seen as running it.
                                                                          1. we also don't use live stock to trade or to purchase things.
                                                                        2. the study of human kind in particular the comparative study of human societies, cultures and their development.
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