Discuss the importance of socialisation
Every person and party brand themselves as socialist. As a result of this, people have no choice but to interact with each. He has no conception of where the social customs begin and end. Attachment theory argues that infants must develop stable, on-going relationships with at least one adult caregiver in order to form a basis for successful development.
Importance of socialization ppt
Types of Socialisation: Although socialisation occurs during childhood and adolescence, it also continues in middle and adult age. Sometimes it finds expression in disguised forms e. They are taught what will be expected of them as they mature and become full members of society. Legendary and fictional feral children are often depicted as growing up with relatively normal human intelligence and skills and an innate sense of culture or civilization, coupled with a healthy dose of survival instincts. Feral children provide an example of the effects of severe social deprivation during critical developmental periods. The environment of a family influences the growth of a child. Attachment theory may explain why social deprivation has such dire effects for children. The modern society has to solve several problems of socialization and for the purpose it has to make these agencies more active and effective. The primary stage involves the socialisation of the young child in the family. There are several external and internal conditions which enhance suggestibility. Ego and Super ego which constitute the three systems of mind. Firstly, the individualization is a process carried through solely by the individual himself; secondly, that individualization is primarily a mental process which is being spread through the prevailing ideas. A clear picture of how socialization influences the values that are passed on from one generation to another is seen in the life of a parent and his child. He maintains that socialisation of adults differ from childhood socialisation. In general, the monkeys were not able to interact later with other monkeys, and female infants abused their young when they became mothers.
It prepares him to fit in the group and to perform the social roles. The members of peer groups have other sources of information about the culture and thus the acquisition of culture goes on.
It is, therefore, through the interaction of the above three factors that a human being becomes a social being. The ego is the overseer of the personality, a sort of traffic light between the personality and the outside world. The psychologists have shown that a person is what he becomes in a family.
In imitation the person imitating performs exactly the same activity as the one being performed before him.
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