socialisation

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Natural socialisation occurs when infants and youngsters explore, play and discover the social world around them.
Planned socialisation occurs when other people take actions designed to teach or train others
Positive socialisation is the type of social learning that is based on pleasurable and exciting experiences. We tend to like the people who fill our social learning processes with positive motivation, loving care, and rewarding opportunities. 
Negative socialisation occurs when others use punishment, harsh criticisms or anger to try to "teach us a lesson;" and often we come to dislike both negative socialisation and the people who impose it on us.
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