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What are some agents of political socialization? In your opinion, which agents are most important and which are least important? Why? Who do you believe was your primary agent(s) of political socialization and why? You must comment on a minimum of two of your classmates' post to get full credit for participation in this discussion. There are more agents today than during our parents and grandparents time. With the internet children, today have access to politics at an earlier age than I was able to. The standard political socialization agents are family, peers, media, schools, and church. I believe there are pros and cons to each agent and none are more important than the other. It depends on the individual and what their political stance is. Any of the agents mentioned above can support what I am looking
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  • Spring '08
  • ScottJ.Lasley
  • Political socialization

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