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UZAIR HANIF

BBA (H) 2500

THE CYCLE OF SOCIALIZATION

STUDY THE PHENOMENON OF OPPRESSION

The dictionary definition ((Webster's Third International Dictionary): "Unjust or cruel exercise of authority or power especially by the imposition of burdens; the condition of being weighed down; an act of pressing down; a sense of heaviness or obstruction in the body or mind."

HUMAN BEINGS ARE DIFFERENT FROM EACH OTHER
They are all different.
Because each individual is different, each has a different view of the world, a different perspective. They each live in the same world, using the same basic senses with the same basic feelings. This can help them to mutual understanding. But seeing t is same world in different ways can lead to mutual misunderstanding. From birth, every human gathers a great variety of information about the world. And this information will be different from that gathered by every other human because two individuals can see, hear, smell, taste, touch the same thing and yet describe it differently. GENDER,ETHNICITY,SKIN COLOR.FIRST LANGUAGE,AGE ABILITY STATUS,SEXUAL ORIENTATION AND ECONOMIC CLASS

Differences of culture, background and experience among individuals and groups. Such differences include, but are not limited to, differences of race, ethnicity, national origin, color, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, and disabilities, as well as political and religious affiliation and socioeconomic status.

OUR SOCIALIZATION BEGINS BEFORE WE ARE BORN

When we are born, we are essentially helpless and must depend upon others to fulfill our most basic physiological needs.  As we grow and mature, we experience an ongoing process of social interaction which enables us to develop the skills we will need to participate in human society.  This ongoing process is called socialization.  Socialization is critical for human society as a whole because it is the means of teaching culture to...
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