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The process of inheriting norms, customs and ideologies

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A Quick Tip by EcoMama

  • Apr 27, 2010
Instead of learning to interact with 20 other same age children homeschooled kids learn how to interact with children and adults of all ages
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review by . January 30, 2010
   Socialization -this is such a hot button for me. I have been asked that one question thousands of times over the last 16 years of homeschooling. There are two sides and honestly, they are both right.      Public school side:   There are thousands of good teachers out there, that do what they can despite ridiculous limitations imposed by the federal gov't, limited budget, parents that are hard to deal with, kids in very bad home situations, and low pay. …
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The term socialization is used by sociologists, social psychologists, anthropologists, politicians and educationalists to refer to the process of inheriting norms, customs and ideologies. It may provide the individual with the skills and habits necessary for participating within their own society; a society itself is formed through a plurality of shared norms, customs, values, traditions, social roles, symbols and languages. Socialization is thus ‘the means by which social and cultural continuity are attained’.
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