Sense of Self and Self-Socialization: The Development of Self-Views

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For the most part, socialization begins with _____.

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1. Franklin, a high school junior, can accurately determine which girls will go out with him and which will not. According to Mead, this awareness is an example of _____.

2. Cooley describes 'the looking-glass self' as _____.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz/worksheet will help test what Charles Cooley and George Herbert Mead believed regarding self development through self-socialization and ask questions about the process and stages.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The questions in these assessments test what you know regarding:

  • An untrue statement about the generalized order
  • Cooley and Mead's theories about sense of self development
  • An example of the stages of self-socialization
  • What socialization begins with for the most part
  • Cooley's description of the 'looking-glass self'

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information about Cooley and Mead's theories about sense of self development from the related sense of self and self-socialization lesson
  • Making connections - use understanding of the stages of self-socialization to identify examples of them
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the looking-glass self

Additional Learning

The lesson called Sense of Self and Self-Socialization: The Development of Self-Views is a great resource to use to learn more in-depth information on these concepts. The lesson addresses the following objectives:

  • Understand the sense of self and self-socialization
  • Explain Charles Cooley and George Herbert Mead's views about development of sense of self
  • Define sense of self, self-socialization, and looking-glass self
  • Explore the three stages that a leads a child to develop their sense of self
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