Why do people date?

Why do people date?

What is the purpose, of prison? Is it to rehabilitate or punish? JOURNAL Chapter 4 Section 4 Desocialization and Resocialization Desocialization the process of giving up old norms, values, attitudes, and behaviors. Total institutions places in which people are separated from the rest of society and controlled by officials in charge.

Mental hospitals, cults, and prisons Chapter 4 Section 4 Resocialization the process of adopting new norms, values, attitudes, and behaviors. Extreme example: Army

Real life example: when a child becomes a teenager, when a young adult begins a career, or when an elderly person moves to a nursing home. Chapter 4 Section 4 Anticipatory Socialization The process of preparing to accept new norms, values, attitudes, and behaviors. Preteens observe the behavior of teenagers Why do people date?

Reference group group whose norms and values are used to guide behavior; group with whom you identify. Teenagers would be the reference group of preteens. To summerize Socialization is a three step process after childhood:

Desocialization Resocialization Anticipatory Socialization This step requires the use of reference groups. Is this the process in which all people socialize or is it possible to skip steps?

Assignment Due at the end of class: Section 4 Assessment (Pg 1-3) #1-3

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