Social communication as a factor in socialization of youth

Authors: Zorina A.A. Published: 03.03.2021
Published in issue: #1(87)/2021  
DOI: 10.18698/2306-8477-2021-1-704  
Category: The Humanities in Technical University | Chapter: Social sciences  
Keywords: youth, socialization, social communication, consciousness, personality, politics

Socialization is a complex process that develops under a number of factors affecting a young person: purposeful and spontaneous actions from the environment, as well as internal mechanisms of response to these factors, the activity of the person himself and his social formation. A form of socialization is the learning process, and the role of educational institutions is very important here. Spontaneous factors include the influence of the family, informal communication groups, political events, information, mass media. Social communication is a factor in the formation of value orientations of the civic qualities of young people.

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