Sociology -Socialisation

What is primary socialisation?
The basic learning of norms and values
1 of 13
What is secondary socialisation?
The more developed learning of norms and values
2 of 13
What is socialisation?
The process of learning the norms and values of a given society
3 of 13
What does Ann Oakley say about the family and socialisation?
Children are taught their gender roles through manipulation and canalisation
4 of 13
What is manipulation according to Ann Oakley?
Verbal language used towards boys and girls
5 of 13
What is canalisation?
Toys and activities given to boys and girls
6 of 13
What did Sue Lee find about peer groups and socialisation?
Peer group pressure leads to girls conforming to an ideal way of behaving. Lads can have many sexual conquests and be praised where as a girl would be called a ****
7 of 13
What did Angela McRobbie say about the media and socialisation?
Girls magazonces create a cult of femininity and a bedroom culture
8 of 13
What did Jacobson say about religion and socialisation?
Found that Islam is crucial to creating a pakistanis identity
9 of 13
What is rhe hidden curriculum?
Norms and values taugh in schools which are not on the official national curriculum
10 of 13
What did Grafton say about education and socialisation?
Subject choices made at GCSE's reflected the gender of the student
11 of 13
Wthat did Kelly say about education and socialisation?
Science is a more male based subject for example in the textbook all examples used are of males
12 of 13
What did Williams say about the workplace and socialisation?
Jobs are gendered and males feel threatened by increasing female authority
13 of 13

Other cards in this set

Card 2

Front

What is secondary socialisation?

Back

The more developed learning of norms and values

Card 3

Front

What is socialisation?

Back

Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

What does Ann Oakley say about the family and socialisation?

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

What is manipulation according to Ann Oakley?

Back

Preview of the front of card 5
View more cards

Comments

No comments have yet been made

Similar Sociology resources:

See all Sociology resources »See all Culture and Socialisation resources »