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    Technology Corrupting the Socialization Process “Technology gives us power, but it does not and cannot tell us how to use the power. Thanks to technology, we can instantly communicate across the world, but it still doesn’t help us know what to say.” Quote by Jonathan Sacks. In today’s trending realm, technology is prohibiting the general public to mature naturally in a social life. Socialization is an education development that originates shortly after birth and continues throughout the course…

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    behavior. “ Escalation episodes, organizational factors, interpersonal factors, individual factors, and individual differences in their approach to jobs” have the ability to impact member’s behaviors and as a result, influences organizational socialization and organizational culture (Stojkovic et. al., 2015, p.…

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    Literature Review: Socialisation throughout the lifespan Socialisation is the process by which individuals learn and recognise patterns of behaviour expected of them by the society (Beattie et al, 2014). This is a ‘continuing process whereby an individual acquires a personal identity and learns the norms, values, behaviour, and social skills appropriate to his or her social position’, (Dictionary.com, 2016). However, the primary and driving influencers of an individuals socialisation during the…

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    going to panic and develop some form of social anxiety. Though social media has broken down some of our cultural barriers, frequent virtual based interactions lack emotion and the quality of friendships may not be as great as face to face socialization. It’s easy to fall victim to the computer. An individual may go up there just to check something quickly, and then it eventually dawns on them that they have been blankly gaping at their devices…

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    Socialization There are many ways that people view different terms and what they actually mean. Socialization is the action in which people inherit norms, values, and customs providing you with the skills needed for communicating and participating in society. When it comes to socialization many people can view it in all different ways whether it is talking to someone face to face, texting, emailing, writing letters, seeing people in person, talking over the phone, there is a million different…

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    “Socialisation is the process that shapes the personality of individuals so that they can adjust to and become members of society.” (Hunt & Colander, 2016, p.66). "Socialisation is the process of learning how to become part of a culture. Through socialisation one learns the culture’s language, their role in life, and what is expected from them. Socialisation is a very important process in the forming of personality. Socialisation occurs when one interacts with other people.” (Essay, UK…

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    Disney exposed many boys and girls of many social classes to what they had to do to live out their wealthy “happily ever afters”. The poor damsels in distress were all gorgeous, and regardless of their social classes or ignorance,their handsome, wealthy men stepped in to marry them. Cue the end of the happy couple skipping to their white carriage, birds chirping, and the cursive, sparkling script “And they all lived Happily Ever After”. It is then that the guardians of the child will add…

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    These are the lack of of anticipatory socialization to become a caregiver, limited education during pregnancy, the abruptness of the situation, and the lack of clear guidelines for proper parenting (page 310). This lack of education undermines the the purposes of a family: to provide economic support, act as agents of socialization, provide emotional support, and protection to a child. How could anyone perform these tasks properly with…

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    not able to accurately communicate with one another about Reed’s educational needs. The parents had strong views of what they consider were in the best interest of Reed, for instance, the parents wanted Reed to receive 3 speech sessions a week, socialization skills and his development at Kennedy School versus Jones Elementary School.…

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    Being antisocial caused me to lack socialization skills, so often I just stayed quiet. I continued taking the medication for many months, I knew the only way I could better myself was if I fought this disorder and told myself everyday before I went to school, ‘’ everything is going to be alright’’…

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