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1 .       The concept Mead used to referring to persons who are most important in determining a child’s behavior is ____________. 

2 .       The concept of _____________ refers to the idea that people’s self-perception is a result of their interpretation of how others judge them. 

3 .       People in the same age are referred to as belonging to a/an _______________.  

4 .       ___________ is the process through which we learn the ways of thinking, feeling, and acting that are essential for effective participation in society. 

5 .       _____________ societies provide members with consistent messages regarding social norms and expectations. 

6 .       The primary societal agent of socialization is the ______________. 

7 .       The ______________ of some people compared to the less affluent in the society mean they are more likely to support the status quo.  

8 .       _____________ is an essential part of socialization. 

9 .       It is through the socialization process that we develop a ___________________. 

10 .       _____________ gives meaning to symbols, not only words but also objects such as the cross, the flag, and traffic lights. 

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