In the Mead's Play Stage,children Take on the Role of
In the Mead's play stage,children take on the role of
A) generalized others.
B) significant others.
C) orientation groups.
D) external groups.
E) social groups.
According to George Herbert Mead,children learn to take the role of important people in their lives,especially parents,as they model themselves after them.Mead referred to these important people as
A) role models.
B) looking-glass models.
C) significant others.
D) the generalized other.
E) authority figures.
Which theorist is associated with "impression management?"
A) Charles Horton Cooley
B) Erving Goffman
C) Harry Harlow
D) George Herbert Mead
E) Margaret Mead
Which of the following best describes Goffman's views on socialization?
A) Individuals act differently in different settings.
B) Individuals act pretty much the same throughout adulthood.
C) Individuals are the product of their environment.
D) Individuals cannot control their environment.
E) Individuals can only control their appearance.