Family, socialization and interaction process
Analysis of the processes of child personality development and the relationship between small group and family organization provides insight into the position of the American family in the general social structure
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adult analysis aspect assume attitude autonomous basic behavior binary fission cathected cathexis Chap Chapter child cognitive common complex constitute course culture discrimination ego's erotic essential expressive fact family of orientation family of procreation father Freud function fundamental goal gratification hence important incest taboo input instrumental integration internalized object involved kinship latency Low groups marriage matrilineal means mechanisms mother mother's brother need-disposition norms nuclear family Nuer object system oedipal oral dependency organization orientation parents particularly pattern variables peer group performance personality system phase point of view positive primary problem process of differentiation reference rela relation relationship relative relevant respect rewards role sanctions sense significant situation situationally social interaction social objects social structure social system socialization process socializing agent society solidarity specific stability stage structural differentiation subsystem suggest superego superordinate symbolic systems of action tend tion types units value system