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Hi all! I’m new here. Currently doing an access to HE which involves assignments on psychology. Anyways, currently in the middle of an assignment on early social development regarding socialisation and attachments.

We have to evaluate contrasting theories of socialisation in relation to Piaget and Freud and primary/secondary socialisation.

Does anyone have any information that backs up that Freud psychosexual developmental stages relate to primary socialisation (what we learn from caregivers) I just don’t see how they link at all!

Thanks in advance.
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Oedipus complex - Children resolve their fixation of their opposite-sex parent by identifying with their same-sex parent. This means they learn the norms and values of the same-sex parent. Eg Boy identifies with Dad and learns how to be a masculine man and meets his need to be with his 'mother' in others ways (by finding a women that is similar to his mother)
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Thanks for your help.
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