An Awareness of One's Social Identity Is Referred to as
An awareness of one's social identity is referred to as
A) role taking.
B) anticipatory socialization.
C) significant others.
The _____ is a self-image based on how we think others see us.
A) role taker
B) looking-glass self
D) significant other
E) direct role
Carol is 4 years old.She tends to emulate the words and behaviors of her ________.
A) significant roles.
B) significant others.
C) a reference group.
D) generalized others.
E) anticipatory others.
Which of the following is a criticism of symbolic interaction theories of socialization?
A) Well defined concepts of self, me, and I.
B) They fail to consider the generalized other.
C) Lack of emphasis on free will.
D) Hyper focus on macro-level forces.
E) They credit people with more free will than they have.