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case, being that the chicken sandwich is “so addictive,” based upon a person’s beliefs, one could very well be persuaded that it’s laced with cocaine while others may just believe it as a metaphor because theaddiction to the sandwich, can be compared the an addict’s addiction to drugs(cocaine).2. Watch the short clip telling the story of a unique animal relationship: The Cat & The Ducklings (Animal Odd Couples)This was by far the cutest, weirdest, craziest animal video I’ve ever watched. A cat as a foster mom to ducklings, I had to show my grandbabies. The role of socializationis to acquaint individuals with the norms of a given social group or society. It prepares individuals to participate in a group by illustrating the expectations of that group. Socializationis very importantfor children, who begin the process at home with family, and continue it at school, the same can for animals as well. The cat grew up on the farm surrounded by otheranimals, but due to it being in a loving nurturing environment, it didn’t see the hatching of the ducklings as a threat nor did it try to eat them as a source of food. Instead, she loved the ducklings as her own because she had just give birth to her kittens during the same time period. She even nursed the ducklings and became their “foster mom.” As they got bigger, they remained with the mother cat due to the environment. Although the cat could never be a “biological parent” to a duckling, the environment inwhich they lived, allowed them to coexist as a family.Socialization is the process through which people are taught to be proficient members of a society. It describes the ways that people come to understand societal norms and expectations, to accept society’s beliefs, and to be aware of societal values. This helps to determine who we are because it’s what we’re taught at home, school, church, our surroundings, etc. For example, growing up, I always thought that