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Socialization

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Connie Dandridge

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Socialization
Socialization:
is the process of learning and internalizing the values, beliefs, and norms of our social group and by which we become functioning members of society.
The socialization process begins in infancy and is especially productive once a child begins to understand and use language.
Socialization is a lifelong process.

Agents of socialization:
are the
social groups, institutions, and individuals
that provide structured situations in which socialization takes place.
The
four predominant agents of socialization
: are the
family, schools, peers, and the mass media.


The family is the single most significant agent of socialization in all societies and teaches us the basic values and norms that shape our identity.

Reality is
created, negotiated and agreed upon
(that is, constructed) socially, through social interaction.
The world exists before we’re born but we help (re)create the world by interacting with others.

By: Constance Dandridge
Subject: Social Studies
Grade: 9th
Social Construction of Reality
Agents of Socialization
Agents of socialization: Family
What is socialization?
Which one of these paintings is a “real” Jackson Pollock?

Does it matter?
How is the controversy over the Pollock paintings an example
of the social construction of reality?

Agents of Socialization: Schools
Schools provide education and socialize us through a hidden curriculum (a set of behavioral traits such as punctuality, neatness, discipline, hard work, competition, and obedience) that teaches many of the behaviors that will be important later in life.

Agents of socialization: Peers
Peers provide very different social skills and often become more immediately significant than the family, especially as children move through adolescence.
Peer group socialization has been increasing over the past century because young people are attending school for longer periods of time.

Agents of socialization: Mass media
The mass media has become an important agent of socialization, often overriding the family and other institutions in instilling values and norms.
The American mass media plays a major role in teaching Americans to buy and consume goods and other values.
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