Chapter 5, Socialization Key Terms socialization The processes whereby we learn to behave according to the norms of our culture. id According to Freud, the part of the human
personality from which all innate drives arise. superego According to Freud, the part of the human personality that internalizes the moral codes of adults. ego According to Freud, the part of the human
personality that is the individual's conception of himself or herself in relation to others. behaviorism A theory stating that all behavior is learned and that this learning occurs through the process known as conditioning.
conditioning The shaping of behavior through reward and punishment. feral child A child reared outside human society. role taking Trying to look at social situations from the
standpoint of another person from whom one seeks a response. significant other Any person who is important to an individual. generalized other A person's internalized conception of the
expectations and attitudes held by society. agencies of socialization The groups of people, along with the interactions that occur within those groups, that influence a person's social development. agents of socialization Individuals who socialize others.
anticipatory socialization Socialization that prepares an individual for a role that he or she is likely to assume later in life. peer group An interacting group of people of about the
same age that has a significant influence on the norms and values of its members. resocialization Intense, deliberate socialization designed to change major beliefs and behaviors. total institution
A setting in which people undergoing resocialization are isolated from the larger society under the control of a specialized staff. identification The social process whereby an individual chooses role models and attempts to imitate their behavior. gender socialization
The ways in which we learn our gender identity and develop according to cultural norms of masculinity and femininity.
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Another is CIPD. Think about the statements CIPD makes on this slide in the context of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, and the other practices I list on slide 17. What is the evidence base for the practices that you use?
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