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Reduction of Accidents Is By Training and Licensing Of All Young Drivers

Nowadays road accidents have become rampant, and most of the road accidents are by disobeying traffics signs, rules and over speeding. With the increasing number of people driving; youths, men and women all turn although adolescents tend to become more reckless. For this reason, I support all adolescents to be trained and given driving license […]

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Should Children Learn More Languages in the Future?

It is true that computers can translate all kinds of languages well, but based on this observation, if it is assumed that there is no need for our children to learn more languages other than the mother tongue, it will be a wrong approach. Despite the availability of Google translator at the tip of one’s […]

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Means of Communication

The world has observed a dramatically advanced in technology. There is a large group of people who are opting to work at their home. Several studies suggest that there are several benefits incurred by the society that prefers to depend on the computer screen instead of face-to-face contact for communication means. In a different perspective, […]

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Migration to developed countries

The trend of people trying to migrate from developing countries to developed countries with the aim of achieving a better life has brought various discussions among the hosting countries, over the recent decades. This migration phenomenon has brought serious threats to the developed countries both politically and socially. With huge numbers of immigrants trying to […]

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Should Children be Taught Sex Education in Schools?

Sex education entails obtaining information, forming altitudes and also the beliefs about sex, the sexual nature and intimacy. Moreover, it focuses on the development of youths skills to make concrete choices about their behaviours. It helps the youths be aware of the risks encountered in the sexual activities and also the prevention measures that should […]

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Relationship between world poverty and robotization

With the ever increasing population, more inventions and innovation from the newborn brains are inevitable (Craig & Hamidi-Noori, 1984). This combined with the need for increasing the levels of production to meet the rising demands, has led to a complete overhaul on the way production in the manufacturing world is done. (Craig & Hamidi-Noori, 1984) […]

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Children should never be educated at home

I am of the opinion that children should not be educated at home by their parents. Education is crucial as it opens the realms of success through imparting knowledge. I believe children gain a lot when attending schools than when being educated at home. The parents might think that homeschooling will make their children enjoy […]

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Socialization of youth (Part 4)

Sociology also examines the problems and deviations of the norm socialization. In general, the rate of socialization appears the result of a public mechanism of reproduction of the social nature of man (Kovalev, Lukow, 1999, 2012). Socialization rate is determined: first, as a result of successful socialization, which allows individuals to reproduce social relations, social relations and cultural values of the society and to ensure their further development; secondly, as a multi-dimensional model of human socialization, taking into account his age and individual psychological characteristics; Thirdly, as a well-established set of rules in society transmission of social norms and cultural values from generation to generation. Socialization rate is closely linked to the social norm, but not reducible to it. The essence of the distinction is to assign one or the other rules: the social norm […]

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Socialization of youth (Part 3)

In Soviet times, a long time dominated the critical attitude to the analysis of formation and development of the personality from the perspective of socialization. In the scientific literature widely used terms “personality development”, “communist education”, “full and harmonious development of personality.” Since 1960-ies. Socialization of topics included in the problem field of domestic researchers. A significant contribution to the development of conceptual approaches to the study of socialization made GM Andreeva, Kon Andreeva et al identified three main areas in which the socialization:. […]

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Socialization of youth (Part 2)

Ideas F. Giddings of the determining role of social coercion formed the basis of his theory of socialization as a “fusion of different elements of the most diverse populations in the homogeneous type» (Giddings, 1897). From his point of view in a society, there are two main types of forces, referred to as «volitional process» and the forces of “artificial selection for a conscious choice.” Giddings believed that a person could not live in itself, to die with the individual life. For […]

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Socialization of youth (Part 1)

Youth Socialization a two-way process of a permanent transfer of the Company, and the development of the individual, age-related to youth, social norms, cultural values and patterns of behavior that allows a young man to function in a given society. The specificity of youth socialization is related to its age characteristics. Youth Socialization includes the completion of primary and secondary socialization beginning stages. A feature of primary socialization is the initial development of the individual of the world through the “understanding of the other” (in the Weberian interpretation). The individual “absorbs” a common value in the process of communicating with important for him by other people while being guided by them. At this stage, there is no choice of significant others; parents, family belongs to the leading role […]

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Successful socialization concept

Socialization successful concept – the set of theoretical propositions, sound outstanding American sociologist Neil Smelser (born in 1930). On the issue of the impact of socialization process. Neil Smelser, relying on the development of socialization theorists introduced a multilateral response of the accumulation of social experience of individuals and social attitudes, highlighting significant for sociological […]

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Socialization theory F. Giddings (Part 2)

Giddings concludes his reasoning general conclusions: “The process of acquaintance with each other, the establishment of sympathy and friendship, learning to enjoy the community and to cooperate with each other in our work, we can be called socialization» ( “The process of getting acquainted with one another, establishing sympathies and friendships, learning to enjoy association […]

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Socialization theory F. Giddings (Part 1)

Socialization theory F. Giddings – a set of theoretical propositions put forward by Franklin Henry Giddings (1855-1931) and represents an early attempt in the framework of social science to the interpretation of socialization in a number of other social processes. Giddings – one of the first sociologists who applied to this concept, which in its […]

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SOCIALIZATION THEORY T. Parsons (2nd Part)

Parsons identifies three main stages of the socialization process in relation to American society (each of which is subdivided into two sub): the first takes place in the family, the second is concentrated in primary and secondary schools, and the third in colleges, in the universities and vocational schools. After passing the first major phase of socialization, the child acquires the necessary concept […]

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SOCIALIZATION THEORY T. Parsons (1st Part)

Socialization theory of T. Parsons a system of theoretical propositions put forward by the American sociologist Talcott Parsons (1902-1979) and reflects the interpretation of the socialization of positions of structural functionalism. Typically, lighting Parsons outstanding role in the creation of a grand system of structural functionalism obscures his contribution to the development of socialization theory, although it is original and productive youth theories. It is guessed influence of B. Malinowski, who studied at Parsons School of Economics […]

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Sophiology

Sophiology (in sociology, philosophy) religious and philosophical doctrine, philosophical theory involving “positive unity”, whose founders were VladimirSolovyov, Bulgakov, PA Florensky, Karsavin and others. Russian religious philosophy of the XIX and XX centuries. Has contributed to the development of philosophical thought on the problems of moral and ethical formation of society. The writings of the followers of Russian religious philosophy of an important part of building a just society was thought of religion and spiritual and moral rebirth of […]

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