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Agencies and Types of Socialization

Agencies and Types of Socialization

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AGENCIES AND TYPES OF SOCIALIZATION1.FAMIL2.SCHOOL3.CHURCH / RELIGION4.GOVERNMENT / POLITICS5.MASS MEDIA6.PEER GROUP7.HEALTH SECTOR8.COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION AND DEVELOPMENTFAMILY 
Parents (primary educators of children)
Educating their children in values
Developing in them the virtues or habits of excellence
Forming their correct and true conscience
SCHOOL
(second home of children) Teachers by principle of locos parentis are the second parentsWe learn
How to adjust with people of different personality traits
learn the knowledge, skills, values and attitudes expected of them
prepare them for life aheadreinforce what is missing in the family
CHURCH / RELIGION
(conscience formators of the people)Entrusted with the task of teaching morality to individuals and groupsIndividuals reach out to others and learn their obligations toward self, family,church, society and GodIn a democratic society, there is freedom of religion. Ecumenism isencouraged
 
Ecumenism: different religions strongly encouraged to befriendly and tolerantwith one another for they share the same task of directing people towards God andothers in the societyReligion: refers to a set of beliefs concerning the cause, nature andpurpose of the universe
GOVERNMENT / POLITICS
We learn:
to obey laws
perform social functions in the community where they belong with civicconsciousness and commitmentrespect for authority or officials in the government is fosteredpolitics: processes in society; way people manage their affairs and activitiesin societygovernment: the state expresses and enforces its willgovernment protect its people from harm, ensure safety and security as wellas promote their economic, cultural, moral and social well being
MASS MEDIA
Impersonal communication aimed at a vast audienceLink or connect people of different races and religious affiliationsIn the information age, a wide array of information brought about bycommunication technology is made available for individuals to select. Theseinformation either positively or negatively influence the way people think and act
PEER GROUP
A social group whose members have common interests, social position andagePeer group has a unique understanding of how to behave and trying toescape direct supervision from adults.Peer pressure exist such that a child or a teenager must conform his or herbehavior with the behavior of his or her peers in order to belong and be accepted inthe peer group

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