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CSU HDFS 401 - Childhood Socialization

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HDFS 401 1st Edition Lecture 2Outline of Last Lecture I. Introduction to Social DevelopmentII. Aspects of Child’s Social Behavior III. Biological And Environmental InfluencesOutline of Current Lecture I. Childhood SocializationA. Transitional Mode of Social DevelopmentB. Units of Study in DevelopmentC. Continuous vs. Discontinuous II. Influence of CultureIII. Social Development Across HistoryA. Gradual Shift B. Significant ShiftsCurrent LectureChildhood Socialization What role do children play in their own development? - We use anything that we can to interact with others. Transitional Model of Social Development - Transactional interactions – ongoing interchanges between social partners such as a parent and child across time that result in modifications of the social behavior of each. - We are influenced by interactionsUnit to Study Social Development - Individual child/ social dyads (mother-child) / social triads (family systems) / peer groups Continuous vs. Discontinuous Development- Smooth & Gradual (transition) vs. Stage-Like (ladder –like) - Smooth &Gradual – no abrupt shifts along the path of development - Stage – Like – behavior is different at each new stage or plateau - Sieglar’s view – depends on the lenses you are looking are looking at 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.o “ebb & flow before a new strategy is acquired” Social Behavior: Situation or the Child? - Does the child behave differently in different situations OR do individuals’ characteristicslead children to behave similarly across different situations? o Environments play a big roleInfluence of Culture - Laws of development that are culture free ----- acquiring the basic foundations of social life OR…..- Variation in beliefs and child rearing practices across cultural settings – variation in patterns in social behavior Culture Free: Emotional Expressions/ language, being able to hear language before born) / Communication (universal babble – “baby talk”) Differences due to Culture: Values (individualist vs. collectivists) / foods Social Development Across History - Shifting family structures - Use of technology (T.V. in the home – in every bedroom)- Women in the workplace, fathers more involved in family life - More responsibility (emerging adulthood is new term that has been created) Gradual Shifts: Happening over time- Family timing & structure (step-families more common)- Modes of communication (texting) - Mom’s working outside the home Significant Events: Events that change social development abruptly - War - Economic depression - Natural


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