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  • Socialization
  • Primary Socialization
  • Secondary Socialization
  • Sociology is a way of understanding relationships between human beings. We (humans) are social animals; our survival depends on our collaboration and communication with each other through the process of socialization. Socialization is a lifelong social process that allows one to develop a sense of self, which is shaped by interactions and relationships that allow us to become capable members of society.
  • How the Self is Developed
  • Primary Agents
  • Secondary Agents
  • Primary socialization occurs during childhood, it is the basis for one's identities and helps one make sense of the world.   It is  taught through  interactional and observational behavior with one's primary caregiver(s) in the home.
  • Example of Primary Socialization in To Kill A Mockingbird
  • Secondary socialization occurs when an individual is no longer house-bound and begins to interact with those around them in environments, such as daycare, school, parks, and work. As mentioned, socialization is a lifelong process, therefore this stage of socialization is neverending as humans are constantly learning
  • Example of Secondary Socialization in To Kill A Mockingbird
  • In Harper Lee's novel To Kill a Mockingbird (1960), an example of primary socialization is whenScoute recalls how her father, Atticus, taught her how to read (before she was enrolled in School). Scout is taught how society communicates with each other through her gained knowledge of reading and understanding literature.
  • Secondary    socialization   is  found in  Harper Lee's novel  To Kill A Mockingbird  (1960) when Calpurnia drags Scout by the ear to the kitchen when she expressed outrage at Walter Cunningham when poured molasses all over his food. Calpurnia had to teach Scout that because the Cunningham's lead a different life than the Finch's, she would have to accept the Cunningham's different way of living and eating.
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