The Process of Socialization. Giddens (2006) Socialisation is the process through which culture is passed from generation to generation. Nature/Nurture debate - Feral Children. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljVd6XS-J0s What does this tell us about the nature/nurture argument?.
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Giddens (2006) Socialisation is the process through which culture is passed from generation to generation.
Our parent’s are our “significant others”. They have a great influence on us and we care about their judgements of us. They play a key part in teaching us basic norms and values.
Over the last 30 years there has been an increase in the number of lone-parent and step-famliies.
By a process of trial and error and with the application of formal and informal sanctions (social control) children learn what is unacceptable and unacceptable.
The experience of growing up ina family also varies according to its social and cultural values.