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SOC 1E BY NIJOLE BENOKRAITIS CHAPTER 4 - SOCIALIZATION Homework Questions MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 1. _____ is the lifelong process of social interaction in which an individual acquires a social identify. a. The generalized other b. The looking-glass self c. Socialization d. Resocialization e. The sense of self Adrian, from the time he was born, began learning how to think and behave effectively in society. He learned language, norms, and values first from his parents and then from his peers. Adrian went through a process of a. learning. b. socialization. c. culture. d. resocialization. e. nurturing.

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Socialization begins at a. birth. b. age 1. c. age 2. d. age 5. e. when a child begins to speak. Benjamin describes himself as a single male, a college student, and a son. Benjamin’s self description illustrates which of the key functions of socialization? a. Socialization establishes our social identity. b. Socialization teaches us role taking. c. Socialization controls our behavior. d. Socialization transmits culture to the next generation. e. none of the above Caitlin behaves and interacts differently with her boyfriend than she does with her girlfriends. This is an illustration of which of the key functions of socialization? a. Socialization establishes our social identity. b. Socialization teaches us role taking. 59

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Frank understands that he must attend his driver’s education classes. If he does not, he will not pass the driving test and will not be allowed to drive. This is an illustration of which of the key functions of socialization? a. Socialization establishes our social identity. b. Socialization teaches us role taking. c. Socialization controls our behavior. d. Socialization transmits culture to the next generation. e. none of the above

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Lauren learned from her parents and religious leaders that sex before marriage is wrong. Lauren participated in abstinence-only programs and made a sexual abstinence pledge. Lauren serves on her church’s planning organization to promote abstinence-only education and speaks with other youth on the topic. This is an example of a. integration. b. internalization. c. socialization. d. resocialization. e. brainwashing.

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Genie was found at age 13 after years of isolation and abuse from her father. After rehabilitation a. Genie was toilet-trained. b. Genie learned to walk. c. Genie learned to walk, eat and was toilet-trained. d. Genie learned to eat normally, was toilet-trained and increased her vocabulary. e. None of the above – Genie was never rehabilitated.

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Children who are _____ suffer physically, socially and emotionally, compared to children who are not. a. socialized b. integrated c. institutionalized d. internalized e. nurtured 60

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Andrew was born to a single mother. He started preschool at age 4 and finished high school at age 18. Andrew attended college and then got his first job when he was 23. Andrew was married at age 25 and had two children by age 31. Andrew retired at 67 and died at age 82. When did Andrew’s socialization begin? a. At birth b. Age 4 c. Age 18 d. Age 25 e. Age 82

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Biologists focus on the role of _____ in human development. Sociologists focus on the role of _____ in human development. a. internalization; socialization b. institutionalization; internalization c. internalization; institutionalization d. socialization; heredity e. heredity; socialization

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“Human nature is innate.” This statement is an example of which side of the nature/ nurture debate? a. The statement is an example of the nurture side of the debate. b. The statement is an example of the nature side of the debate. c. The statement is an example of neither the nurture nor the nature side of the debate. d. The statement is an example of...
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