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the stages of life (e.g., childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and old age)
socialization in which the individual learns the basic skills needed to function in society
socialization which happens during and after childhood through interaction with other groups and organizations such as school
events that mark an individual’s transition from one status to another
people born within the same 5–10-year time span
the distribution of the number or proportion of people of various ages based upon the historic trends in birth and death rates
behavior that is not conducive to societal expectations, especially those that are aggressive or disruptive