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The process of learning behaviors and values that are socially acceptable

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Secondary socialization begins when a child is about 5 and has just started school where they can make new friends and they have many influences that are the opposite of primary socialization.

It is also formal socialization done by people that are setting out to make us learn the norms of society. Its done by agency's of socialization such as the Media, government and the education system etc.

Educational institutions plays a very important role in secondary socialization. In fact Parsons suggested the schools often bridge the gap between primary and secondary socialization. During primary socialization the child learns the particular values of their family circle, but at school the children are exposed to the values of the community and universal values and they begin to form relationship with non-family members.

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