SOCIALISATION

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NORMS
These are unwritten rules about how we should behave in society.
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VALUES
These are beliefs about what is important. They are the reasons for the norms.
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PRIMARY SOCIALISATION
Learning norms and values as a young child from your parents and family.
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SECONDARY SOCIALISATION
Learning norms and values in later childhood from school, the media, and friends.
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INFORMAL SOCIAL CONTROL
This is when people conform to norms and rules because otherwise they will receive disapproval or criticism from their family, friends and peer groups.
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FORMAL SOCIAL CONTROL
This is when behavior is controlled through organisations that exist that enforce order. For example; the government, police, and prison service.
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SOCIAL ISSUES
Problems with and which arise withing society. For example; anti-social behavior.
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These are beliefs about what is important. They are the reasons for the norms.

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VALUES

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Learning norms and values as a young child from your parents and family.

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Learning norms and values in later childhood from school, the media, and friends.

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Card 5

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This is when people conform to norms and rules because otherwise they will receive disapproval or criticism from their family, friends and peer groups.

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