Socialization

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Socialization is a key process which shapes human behavior. The present paper aims to first elaborate the concept from a sociological perspective, as a process for transmitting social values. The second part will focus on the function of the family, as a basic unit of our society in transmitting these values.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe nurse, self & society : an introduction to applied behavioral sciences for nurses and health care professionals
EditorsPeter FRENCH
PublisherWaverly Info-Med Ltd.
Pages33-41
Number of pages9
ISBN (Print)9623560079
Publication statusPublished - 1995
Externally publishedYes

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CHAN, A. C-M. (1995). Socialization. In P. FRENCH (Ed.), The nurse, self & society : an introduction to applied behavioral sciences for nurses and health care professionals (pp. 33-41). Waverly Info-Med Ltd..
CHAN, Alfred Cheung-Ming. / Socialization. The nurse, self & society : an introduction to applied behavioral sciences for nurses and health care professionals. editor / Peter FRENCH. Waverly Info-Med Ltd., 1995. pp. 33-41
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The nurse, self & society : an introduction to applied behavioral sciences for nurses and health care professionals. ed. / Peter FRENCH. Waverly Info-Med Ltd., 1995. p. 33-41.

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