Socialization -


Theories, Processes & Impact


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Socialisation is known to be a process through which an individual forms a relationship to other individuals, commonly of the same species. The process of socialisation is characteristic of different mammal communities including human society. In this book, the authors discuss the theories, processes and impact of socialisation. Topics include the early experience of tactile stimulation and its behavioural consequences related to socialisation in mammals; classroom processes of gender socialisation in four Chinese kindergartens; parenting and family socialisation within a cultural context; socialisation and the self-identity differentiation model; social psychology of action and social change; ethnic-racial socialisation and its implications for ethnic minority children; gender organisational socialisation processes; and socialisation processes that contribute to body image problems.

Product code: 9781620818770

ISBN 9781620818770
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H180xW260
No. Of Pages 187
Publisher Nova Science Publishers Inc
Includes bibliographical references and index.