THE IMPORTANCE OF THE SOCIALIZATION PROCESS FOR THE INTEGRATION OF THE CHILD IN THE SOCIETY
Maria Pescaru ()
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Maria Pescaru: University of Pitesti
Articles R.U.S., 2018, vol. XIV, issue 2, 18-26
Socialization is an interactive communication process that involves both individual development and personal influences, namely the personal reception and interpretation of all social messages, but also the dynamics and content of social influences. Thus, socialization is a complex process that is based on the theory of social learning, learning which a fundamental mechanism of assimilation of social experience is. Although retaining certain autonomy, man and society form an indissoluble unity, and society is generated by the relationship between its members. The socialization term is expressed in the literature by social learning, culture, etc. All these terms have the meaning of a process through which the little child is humanized by acquiring human behaviors. In order for the socialization process to prove its efficiency, it must develop the individualâ€™s ability to self-educate, to manage himself to discern between good and evil, to know how to choose between the moral attitudes that are assessed by society negatively and those which allow for adequate social cohabitation.
Keywords: socialization; integration; education; social skills; social learning. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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