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    are today. Political socialization is a process in which people form their ideas about politics. This process is a lifelong development of a person political values. A large range of things can play a factor on a person train of thought. As an adolescent, my family played a major role on developing my attitudes, values, beliefs, and behaviors that's needed to be a law-abiding citizen. Today I will inform you on political socialization process, relations to political socialization to the stability of

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    The Harvest/La Cosecha Anticipatory socialization Anticipatory socialization is an agent of socialization process, facilitated by social interactions, in which non-group-members learn to take on the values and standards of groups that they aspire to join, so as to ease their entry into the group and help them interact competently once they have been accepted by it. Many of the farmers featured in the film has started cropping as early as 8 or 5 years of age as soon as they came to living in the

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    Our Socialization Process is Assumed through the Media In America, women are known as the breadwinners of the family. They go off to work in the morning while their husbands spend the day cleaning and cooking, some may even have a part-time job. Employed or not, the husband always makes sure their woman is fed after a hard days work. Do these statements sound ridiculous to you as an American? Are they even feasible? Not in this country, here things are the complete opposite. How do we

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    The socialization process can be described as the process one undergoes to learn the “acceptable” way to behave in society. From a young age, people are taught how to behave, what to think, and how to look. These variables create rules or norms in society today. Examples of a social norm would be gender rules today. Zimbardo used the example of a man being interested in ballet being seen as unusual and being criticized because of his interests (Zimbardo 144). This is a perfect example of socialization

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    Hailey Bryan Dr. Michael Flota SYG 2000 Online June 2, 2017 The Process and Importance of Socialization in Children: Socialization is the process through which an individual learns to become a functional member of society. Through socialization, one learns their cultures language, their role in life, what is expected from them, and what is considered acceptable behavior. Social interaction provides crucial sensory stimulation, which then leads to the creation of

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    Through the socialization process, children learn gender roles at birth. In our society today, we buy boy infants blue and girls infants pink. We even apply these color-coded gender labels while a baby is still in the womb. Gender socialization occurs through four categories: family, education, peer groups, and mass media. Each category reinforces gender roles by creating and maintaining the norm expectations for gender-specific behavior. At an early age, children have an understanding that there

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    Socialisation is the process by which people learn characteristics of their group norms, values, attitudes and especially behaviours. Socialisation occurs throughout our life, but most importantly it occurs in childhood. Four big impacts of socialisation during our lives are family, school, peers, and media. “As children are socialised, they learn which behaviours are acceptable and which are unacceptable. Boys are often encouraged to imitate their fathers’ activities, as this boy is doing” (David

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    The socialization process for the Army usually occurs when soldiers are sent off to basic training for weeks to be broken down as human beings and then rebuilt the way the Army wants them. In the same way as sociologists view socialization, the purpose of Basic or a Cadet Leader's Course is for the members to develop a sense of their self as a soldier and learn the ways of the society in which they will be serving. The socialization process is different for cadets who are in college. They are not

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    I have gotten more than fifteen checks, which means I am a role model of positive action in my own professional socialization process. Though I did get fifteen, I still missed five, which means there is still room for improvement. I do have my strengths. I would say my best strengths is I am self-directed, lifelong learner. I constantly want to know more and more. This is seen because not am I only trying to become a Nurse, but I am also in the ROTC program here at USD. I love the military

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    Gender Stereotypes and the Socialization Process The pursuit of gender equality is a central element of a vision of sustainability in which every Member of Society respects others and plays a role that allows you to take advantage of their potential to the fullest. The broad goal of gender equality is a social goal that education and other social institutions should contribute. Gender discrimination is embed in the fabric of societies. In many societies, women bear the main burden of food production

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