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arenas in which we interact and in which the socialization process happens (e.g., schools, neighborhood, families, etc.)
the process by which people learn gender role expectations, as deemed appropriate by their society
gender is a social concept and refers to the social and cultural differences a society assigns to feminine and masculine characteristics based on biological sex
the messages and practices concerning the nature of a person’s racial or ethnic status as it relates to identity, interpersonal relationships and position in the social hierarchy
what conflict theorists call part of the schooling process that gets children to accept, without questioning, the cultural values of the society in which the schools are found
strong influence by peers in a group to affect the behavior of a member
communications media, such as television, radio, newspapers and social media, that reaches a mass audience
computer based technology that facilitates the sharing of thoughts, ideas and information
how often people practice rituals associated with religion (e.g., pray, go to service, etc.)