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Socialisation
Primary socialisation occurs between the individual and those
people in their life with whom they have primary relationships.
A primary relationship is one in which the individual has a close,
personal, face-to-face relationship with the people responsible for
the socialisation process.
Agency
This is the individual's family. This is the most influential part of
socialisation, especially during a young age as they often won't have
any secondary relationships. They learn the basics of their
particular society, for example they will learn the physical aspects
such as walking and talking, and the psychological aspects such as
right and wrong behaviour.
Agents
Any form of relation to the individual, including the parents and
siblings.
Secondary socialisation occurs between the individual and those
people in their life with whom they have secondary relationships.
A secondary relationship is one in which the individual does not
have a close, personal, relationship with the people responsible for
the socialisation process.
Social Exclusion ­ People who are marginalised from society and
don't subscribe to the norms and values of society.
Agencies Agents How do they What are the
socialise? effects on the
individual?
Teachers
Education

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School Rules And
Regulations
Support Staff
Dinner Ladies
Office Staff
Children In Other
Age Classes People acting Think about things
Wall Displays as role models differently
Visitors Coming Behaviour of Modify your
Into School e.g. Fire others, good behaviour and
Workers, or bad, can be beliefs e.g.
Policemen and copied different from
Talks On Bullying Desire to parents
Resources e.g.…read more

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Friends
Peers People of Similar
Age
People Who Aren't Friends
Colleagues
Work Managers
Customers or
Clients
Rules, Policies And
Procedures
Behaviour Towards Other
People…read more

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