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  1. Schema Activator 4/1/11 • In life, one person can take on many roles (student, employee, son/daughter, significant other, friend), within those roles are expected behaviors. When you came into school today, you took on the role of a student. What expectations are involved with being a student? How did you learn what these behaviors and expectations are?

  2. Socialization • Socialization = the process through which people learn the expectations of a society • We learn how to behave, communicate, and what is socially acceptable • At what point in our lives does socialization occur? When do we learn the expectations of a society?

  3. Imagine if… • A human was born in isolation and had almost no interaction with other humans. The child would be fed, but not spoken to, played with, or interacted with. What would the child be like as a teenager? • Would they be able to speak? • How would they behave? • How would they interact with others?

  4. Genie Case Study • Severe child abuse case • “Genie” was discovered in 1970 in the Los Angeles area • Very little interaction with humans, no socialization • Widely studied by psychologists, linguists, sociologists – was she exploited?

  5. Questions to consider… • Genie had been “socialized” minimally as a child. What did she learn about how to be a member of a “society”? • When discovered by social workers in 1970, how did Genie behave? Could she speak? • Was Genie able to be socialized by her foster parents, therapists and doctors? • Was the treatment of Genie ethical?

  6. Secret of the Wild Child • Clip 1 • Clip 2 • Clip 3

  7. Broader Application • This case of extreme isolation and child abuse is rare, can you think of other situations that would have similar dramatic effects on socialization?