Socialization and
Social Interaction
By: Kc Aquino, Stephie Borlongan, Embi Nicolas,
& Bianca Yuzon
Socialization is knowing a culture and being
able to live in it. It is also a process wherein
individuals learn and get new ideas from others
surrounding them. In line with this, Social
Interactions are events in which people attach
meaning to a situation, interpret what others
are tying to tell them, and respond accordingly.
Their instances may occur accidentally,
repeatedly, and regularly.
To be able to point out the Agents of
To give further knowledge on the Socialization
To talk about the stages in the Life Course
To define Status and Social Roles
To define Personality and The Social Self
Agents of Socialization
Agents of Socialization
The Family –
Responsible for
determining one’s
attitude towards
religion and
establishing a career
Agents of Socialization
Peer Groups – Group of people who roughly
have same age or share social characteristics
Agents of Socialization
Education –
Responsible for
socializing groups of
young people in
particular skills and
values in the society
Agents of Socialization
Mass Media –
designed to reach a
large audience
through radio
networks, magazine,
television, etc.
Socialization Process
Socialization Process
A. Natural Socialization –
Occurs when infants and
youngsters explore, play,
and discover the social
world around them.
B. Planned Socialization –
Occurs when other people
teach or train others
Socialization Process
A. Postive Socialization
– Based on pleasurable
and exciting experiences
B. Negative Socialization –
Occurs when others use
punishment and harsh
criticisms or anger to teach
a lesson
Status and Social Roles
Status and Social Roles
One’s position in
Relative rank that an
individual holds
Social Roles
Set of connected
behaviors, rights and
The Life Course
The Life Course
0 to 2 years old
The Life Course
2 to 3 years old
Walk, talk, use
the toilet
Self control
The Life Course
Early Childhood
3 to 8 years old
Start of preschool
Impulses are
channeled to
The Life Course
9 to 12 years old
Practice logical and systematic symbols as
a way of showing their intelligence
The Life Course
13 to 18 years old
Start of puberty
“Who am I?”
“Who do I want
to be?”
The Life Course
Early Adulthood
19 to 40 years old
Develop sociopolitical views and
occupational choice
The Life Course
Middle Age
40 to 65 years old
Decline in
muscular strength,
reaction time,
cardiac output
Women experience
menopause and
Men experience
The Life Course
Old Age
65 years old and above
Decline in muscular strength, reaction
time, stamina, hearing, sense of smell
Personality and The Social Self
Personality and The Social Self
Patterns of
behavior, thought
and emotion
Ways of
Social Self
Social Identities
Self - definitions
Socialization and
Social Interaction
By: Kc Aquino, Stephie Borlongan, Embi Nicolas
& Bianca Yuzon