Socialization

Socialization - Socialization o o Communication,...

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Socialization o Communication, Interaction, Norms, Roles o The process through which individuals internalize the values, beliefs, and norms of a society. o Doesn’t happen overnight, very long process o Happens to adults too, not just children o Starts when we are young. Children are indoctrinated into society through their parents, friends, and any adults they are exposed to. o Even the most basic social norms are instilled through socialization Desk Behavior Speech and Language Limits to Socialization o Research into feral children show that a substantial amount of what we know is developed through socialization. Feral children are wild. These children don’t develop language skills. This doesn’t mean that human nature and biological dispositions aren’t important Nature vs. Nurture Constantly asks us what is more important, biological characteristics or socialization characteristics Icing on a cake o See the nature vs nurture perspective together. Cake is your
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