paper_on_socialization_process - Introduction Socialization is a lifelong process of social interaction and learning Through which a child learns the

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Introduction Socialization is a lifelong process of social interaction and learning. Through which a child learns the intellectual, physical, and social skills needed to function as a member of society.Socialization is important mainly in the development of an individual and the development of society because it passes on culture and culture tells us a lot on who we are.Socialization also contributes to the formation of personality(i.e., the patterns of behavior and ways of thinking and feelings that are distinctive for each individual) and ultimately a sense of self .Which is a changing but enduring dimension of personality composed of an individuals self awareness and self-image that develops via socialization. George Herbert Mead defined the self as the individuals active awareness of existing as a distinct object in the midst of society.The self however takes time and social experience to develop.As it is a product of many social interactions and the identification of statuses for example culturally defined social positions that we occupy as we interact with others. Also another and perhaps most importantly, it takes experiences for young children to recognize that other people have a distinct self beyond that of teacher, pastor, mother or father, brother and sister or whatever it is that plays part in that child's life.Children as human beings learn to pattern their behavior, and adapt it to the ways of acting that are considered appropriate to that society in which they live. Basically, it's how you learn how to act.
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Mother My mother is great in all aspects I can think of.Her name is Maricela Duarte. Her and I are very much alike;maybe that's why we bump heads a lot and argue over little things.But at the end of everyday we both have to come clean about our feelings and complaints to one another before going to sleep.I don’t really know why,but i was raised this way and that's the only way i feel right. My mother taught me how to express myself. We talk a lot, a little bit about every thing and never feels wrong telling her i did something I wasn't supposed to in fact it feels like a relieve like i was soposed to tell her. She is a very loving person,and therefor has influenced this on me heavily,making me a very caring person in general. When i really don't like showing affection to anyone,makes me feel weak as a person. My mother showed me how to be a confident person; she has always persuade me to always be confident about myself.And to be myself no matter what other people say at the end, its only family that matters.I really took that too heart ever since I was younger. She also has taught me to always try my best, to treat everyone equally, to not give up when things get hard . And now she tells me that I'm the way i am because of her. She claims she was always boosting up my self esteem and never let me down doing so.And she completely right Ive never felt wrong or down while talking to my mother.At the end of every talk we have its a good feeling i feel afterwards either relieve or excitement but sets me to a positive mentally.She also claims shes
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