Induction Definitions 3

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The process of which human behaviour is shaped through experience in social situations. Through this process we learn the values, norms and beliefs of a given society
Socialisation
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Learned in the later stages of childhood. Formal socialisation is used to learn from influences like teachers and the media
Secondarysocialisation
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When you learn from observing others
Informalsocialisation
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A way of behaving, thinking or feeling that is not learned
Instinct
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Children who have lived away from human contact from a very young age. They are usually brought up by animals or live in the wild in isolation
Feralchildren
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People in a society that share the same core values
Valueconsensus
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Learned in the later stages of childhood. Formal socialisation is used to learn from influences like teachers and the media

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Secondarysocialisation

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When you learn from observing others

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A way of behaving, thinking or feeling that is not learned

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Children who have lived away from human contact from a very young age. They are usually brought up by animals or live in the wild in isolation

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