.________) The process whereby, through contact with other human beings, the helpless infantgradually becomes a self-aware, knowledgeable human beings, skilled in the ways of the givenculture and environment.
_______2.) It is characterized by the following : a) Staff members experience all sphere of dailylife; b) Highly standardized environment; and c) Formal rules and daily schedules which dictatewhen, where, and how they perform daily activities.
_______3.) The debate that has been going on for centuries nonetheless it emphasizes theimportance of social experience to human development as seen in the fact that social isolationcan lead to permanent damage.
_______4.) A setting in which people are isolated from the rest of society and manipulated by anadministrative staff.
_______5.) Type of socialization that occurs when we abandon our self concept and way of lifefor a radically different one.
_______6.) Agent of socialization which has the greatest influence on a child¶s attitudes andbehavior. At play during the formative years of an individual.
_______7.) It is the lifelong process by which we develop our humanity and our particular personalities.
_______8.) It involves breaking down of existing identity and developing a new one.
_______9.) Type of socialization that involves learning that helps a person achieve a desiredposition.
______10.) Agent of Socialization that frees children from adult supervision and take on greatsignificance during adolescence.