The process through which individuals communicate to others-usually neophytes or children-the norms, values, rules, and codes of conduct for a particular group; the process through which individuals internalize a society's norms and values.
the life-long process by which we internalize the norms and values of society as well as learn to perform our social roles. This acquisition of knowledge, attitudes, values and behaviors transforms us into social beings and is essential for effective and normative participation in society.
Socialization is the process by which a child learns to interact appropriately with others.
The process of social learning through which we come to internalize culturally approved ways of thinking, feeling, and behaving. Te process involved when young children are becoming aware of society and learning how they are expected to behave.
the process by which children are shaped into responsible members of society
Process of developing the habits, skills, values, and motives shared by responsible, productive members of a particular society. (169)
The process by which a cat grows accustomed to the presence of humans and other animals.
the process by which a person acquires the technical skills of his or her society, the knowledge of the kinds of behavior that are understood and acceptable in that society (also termed enculturation).
The various and complex social processes that influence the growth of a human from birth to death.
the adoption of the behavior patterns of the surrounding culture; "the socialization of children to the norms of their culture"
process or teaching employees about the values, rules, and behaviors considered acceptable by the organization.
The process of developing the skills needed to interact with others in one's culture.
The process by which an individual becomes familiar with his/her culture, society, family, values and norms. Learning and adapting to what is accepted as appropriate behavior in a particular social setting.
The process by which a new judge is formally and informally trained to perform the specific tasks of the judgeship.
Process of being raised within a culture and acquiring the characteristics of the given group.
Socialization is the first thing homeschoolers are asked about. A new homeschooler should memorize an explanation of how her children will learn to play with other children. This question is nearly always asked exactly this way: “But what about socialization
The process whereby the child acquires the patterns of behavior characteristic of his or her society.
Learning in a social context those rules and ways of thinking deemed most important for the success and survival of the individual and society; socially adaptive learning.
The process whereby children acquire knowledge about the language, values, etiquette, rules, behaviors, social expectations, and all the subtle, complex bits of information necessary to get along and thrive in a particular society
the process by which people learn the beliefs, values and lifeways of a culture.
The lifelong process of social interaction through which individuals acquire a self-identity and the physical, mental, and social skills needed for survival in society.
Social interaction prepares a puppy for more serious training later on. Important skills are learned during this time period such as how to approach another dog, what is acceptable with other dogs, what other breeds look like, and how to behave around other people. It is important to expose the puppy to as many different situations as possible ie: going to the pet store, meeting children in the park, etc. All of these activities are done under a controlled and watchful situation. It is important for the puppy to be handled by as many people as possible. This will brining out confidence in your puppy that it will need for later hunting, tests or trials.
The shaping of individual characteristics and behavior through the training that the social environment provides.
Process by which children acquire the social knowledge, skills, and attitudes valued by the larger society.