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Scout is being told that she must act more like a lady by Miss Maudie. She is being socialized to act like everyone else instead of being taught to just be herself. This is an example of secondary socialization.
Jem and Dill are now excluding Scout because she's starting to act more like a girl. Girls aren't allowed to play with them. She is being socialized that being a girl is a fault and that she is not equal to the boys. This is an example of primary socialization.
Scout complained to Atticus about Miss Caroline. Atticus teaches Scout empathy, so she could understand Miss Caroline better. Empathy is an extremely important trait to have in society. This is an example of primary socialization.
Calpurnia scolds Scout for how he eats at the dinner table. She was looking down on Walter just because he doesn't have as much money as the Finch's. Calpurnia teaches Scout how to treat company. This is a example of negative primary socialization.
Scout misunderstood Miss Caroline when she asked Scout to hold out her hand. Scout thought she was going to make a deal, spit and shake hands but in actuality Miss Caroline was going to strap her. This shows very big differences in their socializations.
Scout thought the world was ending when she saw white flakes falling from the sky. Atticus taught her that it was just snow. She had never heard of it before. Even Atticus didn't know much about snow because they don't experience it where they are from.
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