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    Agent Of Socialization

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    Life Event and Agent of Socialization People experience many things throughout their lives that can change or influence them in both positive and negative ways. Many agents affect the way we behave, think, and act in social settings whether we know it or not. Much like events experienced in life, agents can have a positive and negative impact on our day-to-day living. This discussion paper will cover an event that I have personally experienced that has affected my development in some way. I…

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    In sociology, it is said that people are brought up the way they are, due to their relationship with family, friends, and environment. Sociologist call this socialization, the process of internalizing the norms and ideologies to learn to behave in a way that is acceptable to society. Through this process, analyzation of concepts begin. In this summative response, I will be focusing on six concepts; looking-glass self, role models, primary groups, significant others, reference groups, and…

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    In 2013, at Bowie State University Michelle Obama made an extremely motivational commencement speech to the graduating class. Obama’s speech was incredibly powerful and heartfelt. She talked about the possible struggles and tough times that individuals went through to become educated, the history of the school, history of how African-Americans couldn’t become educated and several other topics. However, topic in particular stood out, and it was that countless young adults just don’t care about…

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    Socialization of Gender The term socialization is the process of learning socially accepted behavior from the society. Socialization is the learning process through which every individual acquire skills and knowledge to live an acceptable life in the society. Those people who failed to cope of with norms and values of society are always alienated from the society. Gender affects the term socialization. Socialization of gender begins from the very early start of childhood. Children are taught to…

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    Socialization is the process through which people are taught to be accomplished members of a society. It describes the ways that people come to understand societal norms and expectations, to accept society’s beliefs, and to be aware of societal values. Socialization is a sociological process that occurs through socializing, and it happens over a period of time. Sociologists believe that socialization develops across the life course because we continue to encounter age related transition points…

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    Shakespeare On Identity

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    If I were to describe the particular body of ideas that makes me who I would have to point first to the speech from William Shakespeare’s As You Like it Act II, Scene VII, “All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players; They have their exits and their entrances, And one man in his time plays many parts” (Shakespeare, n.d.). Having moved, a lot, due to my dad being in the military and then as a minister when I was younger, I realized early that depending on the situation, the…

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    Gender Socialization: Toys Gender roles are a very important aspect of our culture and individuals are expected to act according to these roles, if not you are either seen as less masculine or feminine. These gender roles are taught a young age by teaching boys and girls to act and feel a certain way. We are often not aware of the many ways we are being socialized to certain gender roles. I visited a Walmart toy section to observe the different types of toys, their packaging, and colors to see…

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    Foucault’s statement on power can be understood as an interchangeable relationship depending on the context of the situation. Foucault’s views on politics, power and government can be used to better understand the funding and regulation aspect of education. Power is present in all interactions and can be used to explain contests between various key players, like the government, teachers and students. In the case of “Australia education fails, one in four young people-but not the wealthy ones”,…

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    that it is a key idea of America’s political culture. Some are not aware of what political culture is and how it effects them, the government and society as whole. In order to get better understanding of what political culture is there must be an understanding of: how political culture is shaped and how it has changed, how factors such as, political socialization and public opinion, have played a role, and what groups or things influence an individual’s political culture. Before going into the…

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    How should education be taught to the upcoming generations? Richard Rorty’s article, Education as Socialization and as Individualism, explores the two radically different and opposing views on this matter: the political right’s view and the political left’s view. The political right believes that education should be taught through more of a socialization method. The political left, however, strongly holds that education should take a more individualistic route. On the right, it is considered…

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