• Socanthro
    * THE SELF AND SOCIALIZATION * Self: Distinct identity that sets us apart from others -The self is not a static phenomenon - It continues to develop and change * Cooley: Looking-Glass Self - We learn who we are by interacting with others * Looking-glass self: The self is...
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  • what
    are present. Sociologist Charles Horton Cooley studied Human Nature and Social Order which presented his concept of the looking glass self. The looking glass self concept is a how others look at you. Albert Bandura discovers the social learning theory which says people can learn through observation...
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  • Theories and Founders Marx
    of modeling and observational learning. Looking Glass Self - Charles Horton Cooley - A person’s self grows out of society’s interpersonal interactions and perceptions of others. People shaping themselves based on other people’s perception, which leads the people to reinforce other people’s...
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  • Sociology
    others. Socialization pg 68- the process by which people learn the characteristics of their group-the knowledge, skills, attitudes, values, norms, and actions thought appropriate for them. Looking glass self pg 68- a term coined by Charles Horton Cooley to refer to the process by which our self...
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  • Self Theory
    other. I think that most people take their lives as looking at their selves in the looking glass, as a subject of “I” and object of “me,” and a development of the self. When I think of the looking glass, I feel that some people imagine themselves as someone else sees them. In 1902, Charles Horton...
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  • self and interpersonal communication
    ?” Interaction with Individuals. In 1902, Charles Horton Cooley first advanced the notion that we form our self-concepts by seeing ourselves in a kind of figurative looking glass : we learn who we are by interacting with others, much as we look into a mirror and see our reflection. 5: This is also...
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  • Sociological Perspective
    of development, significant other, generalized other • Cooley: Looking Glass-self- created by Charles Horton Cooley in 1902 (McIntyre 2006), stating that a person's self grows out of society's interpersonal interactions and the perceptions of others. • Sociologists objection of Freud • Goldberg and Lewis Study • Gender Socialization • Mass Media • Resocialization • Tough Guise...
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  • The Role of Socialization
    .  The Self and Socialization Sociological Approaches to the Self Cooley: Looking-Glass Self:  In the early 1900s, Charles Horton Cooley advanced the belief that we learn who we are by interacting with others. Cooley used the phraselooking-glass self to emphasize that the self is the product of our...
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  • Intro to Socio
    discuss five: looking-glass self, role models, primary groups, significant others, and reference groups. Although it may certainly change over one’s lifetime, all people develop a self-image. To indicate the process through which this typically occurs, Charles Horton Cooley introduced the term...
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  • Sociology Midterm
    everyday lives. Discuss the concept of Looking-Glass Self, and use it to evaluate yourself as a student in Principles of Sociology class? (9) Charles Horton Cooley was significantly influential in showing how social interaction shapes socialization following social interaction theories...
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  • Sociology
    comes from cattle. However, Westerners, as well as many others, enjoy cattle as a reliable food source and as a result, Hindus may look down on these people. Sociologist Charles Horton Cooley suggested that we find out more about who we are by communicating and interacting with other people...
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  • Rosa
    , which are rules or expectations of behaviour. Rules of behaviour develop from the groups values. Charles Horton Cooley (1864–1929)..said that our sense of self develops from interaction with others. Cooley coined the term ‘looking-glass self’ to describe the process by which our sense of self develops...
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  • Sociology Notes
    construction of self-identity. Charles Horton Cooley theorized that the “self” emerges from our ability to assume the point of view of others and imagine how those others see us. Looking-glass self Reference group – group that provides a standard for judging attitudes and behaviors (the looking...
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  • Ecn 250
    Chapter 5 Socialization and Interaction Copyright 2012, SAGE Publications, Inc. The Individual and the SelfCharles Horton Cooley (1864-1929; American) • The Looking Glass Self • Our self-image reflects how others respond to us. • We only develop a self-concept by interacting with...
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  • Areas of Management
    | Processes of Socialization Looking-glass self (Charles Horton Cooley) –self concept based on our perceptions of other’s judgments of us. We use others as a mirror reflecting their reactions to us. According to Cooley, the looking-glass self is the product of a three-stage process that is constantly...
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  • Taboo Tattoo
    . It is simply not worth it. Charles Horton Cooley coined the term “looking-glass self”. This term means the self-image a person forms by imagining what others think of his or her appearance. Though the person may be golden, others may judge him or her differently if they have tattoos. Negative...
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  • Chapter 4 Notes
    your environment from other members of society. *John Locke: The Tabula Rasa Each person is born as a blank slate. Humans, who acquire their personalities through interaction, can be molded into any type of character. (English philosopher) *Charles Horton Cooley: The Looking-Glass Self Humans...
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  • Sociology 1-4 Notes
    das kapital W.E.B. Dubois he coined the term double consciousness to refer to the division of and individuals identity into two or more social realities. he 1899 the Philadelphia Negro 1903 the Negro church 1903 souls of black folk Twentieth century developments Charles Horton Cooley Jane...
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  • social interaction
    themselves by comparing themselves to others (Henslin, Possamai, & Possamai- Inesedy 2011, pp.26-27). Cooley believed that the self was socially created through interaction. The term he phrased the ‘looking-glass self’ encompasses three elements, firstly; imagining how we appear to the people around us...
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  • Niubi
    , without body language, the persuasion will become lower. Work cited 1. “The sociological perspecive” The intersections collection 2009 page 15-19 Nov 10, 2010 2. Cooley, Charles Horton, “The looking-Glass self” The intersections collection 2009 page 261-264 Nov 10, 2010 3. “The body language...
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