Ecology of Socialization

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Ecology of Socialization by Mind Map: Ecology of Socialization

1. Celebrations

1.1. Help us Unite

1.1.1. Can help alleviate stress, depression, and feelings of isolation

1.2. Help us Motivate

1.2.1. Allow us to take pride in past achievements, rally confidence for the future

1.2.2. Rally our families and move forward in United Purpose

1.3. Help us Educate

1.3.1. Symbols and ceremonies are nothing until they are enriched with meaning

1.4. Families who celebrate together are healthier and better able to meet the challenges of modern day living

2. The Intentional Family

2.1. "replacing" and taking aspects of the Institutional and Psychological Family.

2.2. Members create a working plan for maintaining and building family ties, and implementing the best they can.

2.2.1. Rows and steers the boat instead of being moved by the winds and current

2.3. Family Rituals

2.3.1. Meaningful and Significant

2.3.2. Repeated

2.3.3. Coordinated

2.3.4. Transforming routines to rituals Predictability Connection Identity A way to enact values

2.3.5. Types of Rituals Connection Family bonding, meals, bedtime routine Love Special dates Community The healthiest families give to their communities and receive support back in good measure

2.4. Use your own family values, histories, religions, and cultures...use what works for your family, to consciously plan your life together and in community

2.4.1. Discuss changes AS a family (Council) and take one thing at a time.

2.5. Tame Time and Tech

2.5.1. Make better use of the time you already spend on family activities

2.5.2. Time Journal

2.5.3. Enhance the time you have together. Don't be 'interruputible' and 'distractable'

2.5.4. Disconnect No phone at the table No phone before bed

3. Socialization Processes

3.1. Biological Factors

3.1.1. experience-expectant genetic influence, independent of experience, activity, or stimulation

3.1.2. experience-dependent neural connections that develop in response to experience

3.2. Aims of Socialization

3.2.1. Develop a self-concept, self-esteem Erik Erikson's Stages of Development

3.2.2. Enable self-regulation

3.2.3. Empower achievement

3.2.4. Teach appropriate social roles

3.2.5. Implement developmental skills

4. Agents of Socialization

4.1. Family is first and major role

4.1.1. Need to help families in low SES situations

4.1.2. Orientation: Collectivistic <--> Individualistic

4.1.3. Coping Style: Active <-->Passive

4.1.4. Attitude toward Authority: Submissive <-->Egalitarian

4.1.5. Communication Style: Open/Expressive <-->Restrained/Private

4.2. School and Child Care

4.2.1. Need supportive community and familiarity

4.3. Peers

4.4. Mass Media

4.5. Community

5. Affective Methods of Socialization

5.1. Feelings or Emotions. Socialization begins with personal attachment

5.2. Operant Method

5.2.1. Reinforcement Positive reward given for desired behavior Negative termination of consequence following a desired purpose

5.2.2. Extinction gradual disappearance of a learned behavior following removal of reinforcement ignoring an undesirable response, to not give attention to it

5.2.3. Punishment Too many negatives, in my opinion. Should allow for Natural Consequences or agreed upon consequences Can cause fear, self-esteem issues

5.2.4. Feedback Teach. Explain. evaluative information, positive and negative, about one's behavior

5.2.5. Learning by Doing Piaget Self-efficacy

5.3. Observational Method

5.3.1. Modeling

5.4. Cognitive Method

5.4.1. Instruction

5.4.2. Setting Standards

5.4.3. Reasoning age-appropriate Transductive Inductive Deductive

5.5. Sociocultural Method

5.5.1. Group Pressure Attraction to group Acceptance by group Type of group

5.5.2. Tradition

5.5.3. Rituals and Routines

5.5.4. Symbols

5.6. Appreticeship Method

6. Outcomes of Socialization

6.1. Values

6.2. Attitudes

6.3. Motives and Attributions

6.4. Self-Esteem

6.5. Self-Regulation/Behavior

6.6. Morals

6.7. Gender Roles