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1. Explain the difference between feral children and isolated children  The difference between feral and isolated children is, feral children (also known as wild children), are  children that have been abandoned or lost by their parents.  Isolated children have been locked away  and denied access to other human. 2. Define socialization. What is the difference between nature and nurture? How do instincts benefit  animals (man)?  Socialization is a process by which we learn to fir into society and achieve harmony.  The difference  between nature and nurture is, nature is what we bring into the world at birth whereas nurture, refers to  what we learn through our interactions with other in the world.  Instincts benefit man because it allows  man to function in the absence of learning. 3. Explain John Watson's theory. Which view best explains why people are different. Explain  behaviorism.  John Watson believed that patterned behavior is not biologically determined, but learned. 4. What is sociobiology? How do sociobiologists support their position? How do they differ from other  sociologists in their view of human behavior? What are some of the criticisms against sociobiology?  Sociobiology is a discipline of sociology that assigns a large role to biology in explaining behavior and  the development of personality.  Sociobiologists support their position by pointing to the fact that only  one percent of our genetic material differs from that of apes.  ****.  Some of the criticisms against 
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