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Saad Mohammed2.6.31). Socialization is the act of mixing in with others and learning how to be accepted into society.It involves taking on multiple roles and learning to anticipate and coordinate with other players'actions.2). Social class is a hierarchical organization of people based on their socioeconomic status.Someone’s social status is their relation or importance relative to other people in society. A socialrole is a set of connected behaviors, rights, obligations, beliefs, and norms as conceptualized bypeople in a social situation.3). Reference groups have certain characteristics that affect their influence on consumers. Theyestablish norms, roles, socialization, status and power. An example would be an individual in theU.S. with an annual income of $80,000, may consider himself affluent if he compares himself tothose in the middle of the income strata, who earn roughly $32,000 a year.1).Adolescence was considered a new developmental phase resulting from social changes
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