Socialization individual assignment
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"Theres some folks who don't eat like us"
"The Cunninghams never took anything they can’t pay back—"
Socialization is how we learn. Through socialization we learn social norms, beliefs, and culture. It is a life long process that allows us to create relationship, friendships and feed the necessity of socializing. It teaches us what is acceptable in a society and what is not. Socialization also helps us develop a sense of self, and our own personality and belief. This allows us to understand the world around us.
Primary Socialization is our first form of socialization. It starts from the minute your born and is the earliest form of socialization we experience. Primary socialization agents are the people who are around us when we are born and at a very early age, such as parents, older siblings and caregivers. In "To Kill a Mockingbird" Atticus and Calpurnia are Scouts primary agents. An example of primary socialization is when Scout gets upset and remarks on Walter Cunningham pours syrup all over. Calpurnia pulls Scout into the kitchen and teaches her that she has to be respectful to all guest who come into their house.
Secondary Socialization takes place later on in life when we start to leave our homes and a child starts to see themselves as equal with everyone around them. Secondary socialization can take place at school, sports teams, and clubs and friends, teachers, and coaches can be considered you secondary agent. In "To Kill a mockingbird" Scout is a Secondary agent to Miss Caroline. Sense Miss Caroline is new to Maycomb, she doesn't know the towns old ways. She tries giving Walter Cunningham money for lunch, but when he doesn't take is Scout quickly steps in to inform Miss Caroline that "Walter is a Cunningham and the Cunninghams don't take anything they can't repay back.
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