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Socialisation process

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This is related to organizational behavior. Meaning, features, types, agencies, stages of socialization is explained

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Socialisation process

  1. 1. SOCIALISATION PROCESS 1 Presented by, Sushil Mahato
  2. 2. SOCIALISATION It is the lifelong process of inheriting and disseminating norms, customs, and ideologies, providing an individual with the skills and habits necessary for participating within their own society. 2 Presented by
  3. 3. THEORY OF SOCIALISATION Jean Piaget Children pass through these stages  Sensorimotor stage : Birth-2 year old • Ability to hold an image in their mind permanently 3 Presented by
  4. 4.  Preoperational stage : 2 – 7 Years old • Learn to tell the difference between symbols and their meaning  Concrete operations stage : 7 – 11 years old • Learn to mentally perform certain task  Formal operations stage : 12 – 15 years old  Consider abstract mathematical, logical and moral problem 4 Presented by
  5. 5. GEORGE HERBERT MEAD Theory of social behaviourism  To explain how social experience develops an individual’s self-concept  Central concept is self Process of forming the self in three stages  Imitation stage  Play stage  Game stage 5 Presented by
  6. 6. FEATURES OF SOCIALISATION  Inculcates basic discipline  Helps to control human behaviour  Rapid  Formal and informal  Continuous process 6 Presented by
  7. 7. TYPES OF SOCIALISATION  Primary socialisation  Secondary socialisation  Adult socialisation  Anticipatory socialisation  Re socialisation 7 Presented by
  8. 8. AGENCIES OF SOCIALISATION  Family  Peer group  Religion  Work 8 Presented by
  9. 9.  Educational institutions  Occupation  Political parties  Mass media 9 Presented by
  10. 10. STAGES OF SOCIALISATION  Investigation  Socialisation  Maintenance  Re-socialisation  remembrance 10 Presented by
  11. 11. CONSEQUENCES OF SOCIALISATION  Establishes self-concepts  Create the capacity for role taking  Create the tendency for people to act in socially acceptable ways  Make people bearers of culture. 11 Presented by
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