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CSU HDFS 401 - Introduction to Childhood Socialization

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HDFS 401 1st Edition Lecture 1Outline of Last Lecture I. No previous lectureOutline of Current Lecture II. Introduction to Social DevelopmentA. Factors of InteractionsIII. Aspects of Children’s Social Behavior A. Practical ApplicationsIV. Biological and Environmental InfluencesA. Case of Genie Current LectureIntroduction to Social DevelopmentWhy do we study social development? - Interactions are a significant part of our human existence. Factors that influence our social developmentSocietal: environment/ types of relationships Culture: country norms/ media/ pro-social vs. antisocial Aspects of Children’s Social Behavior Examination of how other aspects of development underlie children’s social behavior - Knowledge about themselves – emotions, bodies- Ideas about relationships with their peers and adults- Emotional Expressions and Displays (Smile seen as inviting) - Ability to function in social groupsPractical Applications - Teachers/Parents/Doctors/Social Policy – setting standards influencing social development/ Grandparents/ Neighbors Biological and Environmental Influences These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor’s lecture. GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes, not as a substitute.- Nature: Biology/ Maturation- Nurture: Environment/ Learning - Debate over if a child develops from nature or nurture: over time it has been concluded that each concept is equally valuable to a child’s development.Case of Genie- The case of Genie: was found at 13 who had no social stimulation due to her rough childhood. Before being found, she was raised strapped to a “potty chair” and received no social contact or stimulation - This resulted in developmental delays such as lack of speech and not able to walk upright (she developed a walk like crawl hunched over) What it taught us:- Nature plays a significant role in development - Children have critical periods in development where they need to learn a task or conceptat a certain age or else they will not be able to learn it later on (Genie passed the critical speech period and now is not able to fully


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