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    In my American government class, we use the term political socialization to describe the influence one’s family has on their own political identity. Although the political aspect of political socialization remains exclusive to the term, the concept that families have a profound influence on the social development of children is wide-ranging, even helping explain people's perceived value of a college education. In my own life, the expected influence of my family's experience with higher education…

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    with political ideas, nor do we make them: we learn them through a process called political socialization. Beginning in early childhood and throughout our lives, we are exposed to a range of individuals and groups known as agents for political socialization. These individuals or groups teach us about their political opinions and the workings of the political system. Some of these agents have a greater impact on our independent personal beliefs than others. Agents for political socialization…

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    In “The Political Socialization of Adolescent Children of Immigrants,” Melissa Humphries and Chandra Muller of the University of Texas and Kathryn S. Schiller of the State University of New York perform an intriguing study of the political socialization of the children of immigrants. Their studies clearly showed that it is impractical to assume that the process of becoming politically active is the same among all racial groups particularly among children of immigrants. The educational level of…

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    1. Which agent or agents of socialization have had the greatest effect on you? In what ways did they affect you? Please give specific examples. In my life, there are many agents of socializations that have an effect on my life cycle. I will now going into a couple and give examples for each. The first one would have to be school, the reason school has had the greatest effect on my life is because I want to become successful in all that I do. College and the homework that I have to accomplish…

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    LeTourneau University For this assignment I will be discussing why humans need socialization. The need for socializing spreads throughout humankind. Without socialization a person can be driven to depression, aggressiveness, and insanity. Even for people who mostly dislike socializing and could be labeled as introverts, some sort of social interaction is necessary. Most of the time, after socialization a person will feel unexplainably happy. A famous study attempts to…

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    The Distinctive Influence of Hip Hop on the Political Socialization of Minorities In the 1970s, hip hop started out as a small hobby in the housing projects of Bronx, New York. Over the past forty years the popularity of the Hip hop industry constantly expanded; started out in housing projects in urban community, then moved to the homes of all races in america, and now today Hip Hop is a global industry. When one thinks of rap music they relate it to violence and hypermasculinity.…

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    Death of socialization There is a common saying that children do have the right to socialize, but the most important question is do they actually get that opportunity? Well, I was beaten and denied of my childhood socialization. I was about ten (10) years old when my social isolation began. There were many rules and regulations implemented in my father 's house, most of them were targeting my freedom of socialization, but the most outstanding one was "Don’t socialize with other people,…

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    online schooling and against social norm to not own some kind of smart phone. “Not only does our society lay the broad framework for our behavior, but it also influences the ways we think and feel” (p. 146). Technology is constantly changing the socialization process from writing and sending letters to reading an enclyopedia to now sending a text to looking up anything thing we might not know all in a matter of seconds off of a satellite. Along with the improvement of the internet, online and…

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    The Effects of Gender Socialization in Children: Impact of Family and Society One of the most important parts of a child’s development, as modern society sees it, is the process of gender socialization. Every aspect of a child’s life, from the color of their bedroom walls, to the clothes they wear, to the way they are treated by adults is in part affected by their gender and the stereotypes that are associated with it. This eventually effects achievement, learning ability, careers, and almost…

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    Socialization The following socialization agents have contributed to my social development: family, nature, nurture, gender socialization, school, peer groups, and mass media. Family has contributed a lot to who I am today. Family has shown me how to behave in public and how to behave at home. It always has shaped my personality. I grew up in a home where my mother didn’t really take care of me and my siblings. I had to mature much quicker than other children and learn how to take care of…

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