Intro to Sociology - key words

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Nature
what's in your genes - your biological make-up
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Nurture
how you're brought up, outside factors that affect your behaviour
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Innate
inborn, something you don't have to be taught or shown
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Socialisation
the process by which we learn acceptable cultural beliefs and behaviours
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Customs
traditional formas of behaviour associated with particular social occasions
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Norms
rules of behaviour in social situations
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Primary Socialisation
socialisation in the very early years of life
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Secondary socialisation
socialisation that continues throughout life
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Identity
the sense of who you are
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Roles
positions in society such as "mother" or "poilice officer"
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Values
widely accepted beliefs that some things are wothwhile
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Culture
the way of life of a particular society or group
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Instinct
a genetic / biological code in animals that largely determines thier behaviour
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Internalise
to accept something so that it becomes "taken for granted"
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Status
social position
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how you're brought up, outside factors that affect your behaviour

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inborn, something you don't have to be taught or shown

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the process by which we learn acceptable cultural beliefs and behaviours

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traditional formas of behaviour associated with particular social occasions

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