GENDER VIOLENCE AS A POSSIBLE OBJECT OF SOCIALIZATION FOR BOTH SEXES

Authors

  • Hermína Mareková Danubius University, Slovakia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.12955/pss.v1.64

Keywords:

socialization, gender, violence, children, family

Abstract

There are countless theories and models of socialization. All of these theories agree on one thing: it is a process, during which people pass on and absorb social values and norms, including the norms that apply to gender. Socialization is not a one-way process, in which our children acquire information from our “adult” world. It is rather a two-way process.

Children socialize with each other in everyday interactions – both at home and away from home. In the theories of socialization at school, from the point of view of interaction, the focus is on the microsocial area, i.e the interaction between subjects. The basic concept of all interactions is therefore communication between the subjects. The individuals have a common set of symbols – speech – at their disposal and are confronted with the expectation of a stabilized behavior. The occurrence of violence in the child's family and in the social environment has significant socializing and educational effects, in a negative sense.

Author Biography

Hermína Mareková, Danubius University, Slovakia

Danubius University, Sládkovičovo, Slovakia

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Published

2020-11-16

How to Cite

Mareková, H. . (2020). GENDER VIOLENCE AS A POSSIBLE OBJECT OF SOCIALIZATION FOR BOTH SEXES. Proceedings of CBU in Social Sciences, 1, 158-161. https://doi.org/10.12955/pss.v1.64