Definition of socialization
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How to use socialization in a sentence
It’s more about the socialization, the engagement, the fulfillment of some need some other way.Video games deserve better than blanket, parachute coverage from reporters who don’t get it|Gene Park|January 27, 2021|Washington Post
During lockdown, many of us learned to live with less—less excitement, less socialization, less trips out into the world—for the sake of the common good.Four science conversations worth having this holiday|Purbita Saha|November 27, 2020|Popular-Science
Our long-winded walking-and-talking sessions also address the socialization challenge the pandemic continues to present, according to Inman.
At this point, it’s not certain whether socialization helps promote brain health or the other way around.
The investigation’s conclusions have led researchers to suggest that prescribing socialization could help older adults foster brain health.
All of the tigers were much happier once they arrived here and began to realize the freedom and socialization they can have.
Nobody was interested in giving him access to education or socialization, or teaching him technical skills.Death Penalty Survives In California, But Three-Strikes Law Cut Back|David R. Dow|November 9, 2012|DAILY BEAST
His 1973 doctorate dissertation on sex education was titled “Sexual Socialization and Premarital Sexual Behavior.”
Socialization will be a challenge, but consider the academic road ahead.
This simple switch would single-handedly defang conservative fear-mongering about the national socialization of health care.
Of socialization in the strict sense there is, for this purpose, no need.The New Society|Walther Rathenau
Assimilation and socialization have both been described in these terms by contemporary sociologists.Introduction to the Science of Sociology|Robert E. Park
What is the type of teachers in Negro institutions, for the progressive socialization of the individuals whom they instruct?
This showed that they felt it the vital factor in the progressive socialization of the individuals.
Only when these fail in efficiency or result in injustice and inequality of opportunities does socialization present itself.Socialism|John Spargo
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Medical definitions for socialization
Other words from socializationso′cial•ize′ (-shə-līz′) v.
Cultural definitions for socialization
Learning the customs, attitudes, and values of a social group, community, or culture. Socialization is essential for the development of individuals who can participate and function within their societies, as well as for ensuring that a society's cultural features will be carried on through new generations. Socialization is most strongly enforced by family, school, and peer groups and continues throughout an individual's lifetime. (See also acculturation.)