Social and emotional developement. Learning to live with others in both family and society is generally one of the most important part's of development, family and friend's play an important part towards this. The socialisation is all about learning to cope in the family and society we live in. The socailisation process will by it's definition vary in diffrent societies and from family to family. Primary socialisation take's place with in the family,in the first years of a childs life.
The child encounters socialization through the characters, images, words, and story line. These are found in children shows, cartoons, and commercials. Eventually a child also comes in contact with other forms of media such as radio, movies, books, music, and internet. Today the media seriously challenges other agents of socialization like family. This is because a child/teenager spend just as much to even more time in front of the TV/Internet as they do interacting with his/her family and people around him/her.
Ethics, on the other hand, are how we actually do behave in the face of difficult situations that test our moral fiber” (para. 1). Specific personal values and ethical standards My values started in childhood as I learned from my parents, my older sister, and brother. As I got older I gained more values from going to school, church with neighbors, and friends. I grew up in a middle-class family where my father was factory worker and my mother worked for the school district as a custodial aide.
In the first few years of life, we depend on our parents to feed us, bathe us, entertain us, soothe us, and so much more. We are slowly introduce to the world and how it works through our parents. Families all have different cultures beliefs, therefore not every child will be influence by the same things or in the same way. In our school age years, we form groups among our peers. As human beings, we all want to be noticed, accepted by others, and feel as though we belong.
I will be discussing in this paper the interrelationship between culture and visual media entertainment. There have been many television shows and movies that have displayed the culture of times in them. Many people have been influenced by these movies and television shows because some individuals can really relate to the lifestyles or actions of the people. Especially with videos out there for learning things, I think seeing the how to videos really helps people rather than reading materials. It gives more of a hand on experience.
As a young woman I’ve come to realize that MASS media plays a MASS role in how women and girls come to see ourselves and how we fit into society. Mass media reinforces our patriarchal society and socializes women to believe they need to look a certain way and act a certain way to not only fit in, but to achieve male attention. This idea of mass media is defined in the textbook as “print and electronic means of communication to widespread audiences”. This is television shows, movies, books, social networking sites like Twitter, and even the music we listen to and the videos that accompany the songs. These messages are reaching massive amounts of people throughout America and the world.
This essay will discuss the historical significance of the family in relation to the issue, as well briefly examine the impact of gender. According to Perry & Perry (2009), the family as a social institution is identifiable in almost every society ever documented. Families contribute to ones identity (Perry & Perry, 2009), particularly parents, who greatly influence their children. Parental behaviour will affect how a child relates to others in both positive and negative ways, as in the case of bullying. Parson understood this when he developed the theory known as Primary Socialisation, which indicated that the fundamental role of the family was to mould the character of the offspring (Van Krieken, Habibis, Smith, Hutchins, Haralambos & Holborn, 2010).
The children are the ones that will carry on our society and it is our jobs to teach them morals and values. The most important factor in children’s lives is domestic trends. Children are very impressionable and look to adults for guidance and role models. There are now many types of family units including: single parents, divorced parents, married couples, homosexual couples and other relatives acting as parents. Studies done by Sara McLanahan and Gary D. Sandefur, they had found that children raised by single parents were worse off in life than children that were raised by both parents regardless of race, educational background or if the parent was remarried.
Socialization is the learning process to become a unique individual and capable member of society it is also about how people acquire those beliefs, attitudes, values and, certainly, behavior that finally become their way of thinking. A person is socialized from the moment he/she born and one of the most important stages in socialization occur during infancy. It is a stage which a child acquire social experience from their parents and learn to adopt behavior patterns of the community in which they live. So if child’s personality developed out of society it is impossible for them to survive because the child who live or grow up in the isolation from the society has many problems and they can’t lead a normal life. Based on what I have read children with poor socialization skills are less likely to form healthy intimate relationships with other people, they more likely to experience rejection from society.
Whether or not you agree with me, American culture is changing every day. School districts need to decide yearly on what their cell phones policies will be and how they will enforce it. With strict guidelines cell phones can be a great learning tool at