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Q. While families are the first socializing agents, which inculcate moral values in a child, the role played by schools in this regard is also indispensable. Discuss

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Q. While families are the first socializing agents, which inculcate moral values in a child, the role played by schools in this regard is also indispensable. Discuss

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We, the people learn from what we see and from the conditions which we grow up. The first world to every kid is their home and their parents and family. We do hear the proverb that when the plant sapling  can't be under control on it's  way of growth..how can it be when it has grownup to a huge tree.. In the same way the children too..

There influences many characters and many issues which ever is been seen by children is being learnt without any objection..  As children would be grownup with their family at their childhood.. FAMILY  IS THE MOST INFLUENCING SOCIALIZING AGENT.

It makes children to learn the :

1 .political behavior

2.social behavior

3.ethical behavior

4.Stimuli

5.Dynamic changes

6.Intelligent

7. Economic conditions

The next comes the Education

Schools:

It has been learnt that Upanishads, Vedas ,gurukulas play a major role in education. Because they gives a lot of knowledge from the teacher..

We know that Matrudevobhava,

                                    Pitrudevobhava,

                                    Acharyadevobhava.

Where schools make children to learn how they to survive in this society and be ethical whereas disciplined with dedication , perseverance, ... So on

Therefore,

Family and schools play a major role in making today's children as tomorrow's citizens.

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Moral Values are worthy principles,which mainly follow to distinguish the right from wrong.These values specially build individual's character. Some moral values are --- compassion,co-operation,equality etc.

                  The boons of moral value teaching are :-----

1. Change perception:-- The education of moral values definitely changes children's perception and behaviour for the world.

2. Upgradation of society:--- Only moral education can shape and monitor the growth and development of a good nation and society.

3. Moral growth:--- An education without value is directionless. So, moral growth is as essential as physical and intellectual growth.

                  The moral values which school should teach a child -----

1. Honesty:--- Honesty involves being fair, loyal and sincere. it's a quality which everyone should inculcate.

2. Acceptance :--- Acceptance means having an objective attitudes towards the ideologies and practices of others that differ from your own. Accepting these different perception will teach child how to be a better citizen.

3. Indian culture :--- To be a responsible citizen the child in school must be exposed to the Indian culture.

4. Apologizing Power :---- The School must shows the way to a child that how to respect others and how to accept responsibilities for your mistake.

                   In our present situation  moral values are very essential for our society and thus, the school along with families can inculcate moral values in a child.

 

 

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  • Discuss the role of family as socializing agents.
  • Discuss the role of school in imparting values to a child. 
  • Bring out its indispensability in socialization. 

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Socialization is the process of creating a social self, learning one‘s culture and learning the rules and expectations of the culture. Various institutions across societies function as conduits of social facts. In this regard, families and schools both play a very crucial role towards shaping the attitudes, preferences and world views of an individual. The behaviour of a child as a future adult is shaped through the internalization of the values and norms that he/she is exposed to.  For example, treating women respectfully is learnt from elders in the family.  

Similarly, school also plays an indispensable role in the process of socialization. Children spend a substantial portion of their childhood in schools. Here children interact with authority figures and model their behavior on teachers. He/ she learns the importance of following rules, meeting deadlines, being disciplined, team spirit etc.  

 Through the curriculum, the school provides children with basic cognitive abilities, teaches children to communicate, imparts cultural achievements of one‘s society, boosts social and vocational abilities which  are necessary to make one a social, useful and economically productive and gender roles appropriate to the society. 

          Socializing the children into morality is considered to be the first role of every school. it is the duty of schools to instruct students about society‘s norms and values, a task that is too difficult and important to be done by the family alone.  Thus, both the family and the school shape up the moral and social persona of an individual – the former initiates the process of socialization and the latter fine tunes it.

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families are first socializing agent which inculcate moral values in child because the children see their world through the eyes of their parents. As for parents they have more experience than their child they make a pathway for their children to see the world. But being with parents doesn't make a child to see this world through his eyes he will be under the shadow of their parents there is no scope for evolving. For instance his family lineage will be following a particular culture for more generations and only these cultures and thoughts will be implanted into child's thought. From the birth a child is spending his time with their parents and with the thoughts imposed on him will be believed to be  his world. But this world is not as small as it is believed by the child. World comprises of various political and cultural views it comprises of different types of people language. School is the only place where the child is interacting directly with the real world. While interacting it understands various differences existing in this world. It is the only platform where a child will get a unbiased opportunities. In case of parents they might have some political ideas and they try to pour their own ideas into their next kin, so the child gets only a biased political ideas. Not only in politics but each and every ideas the child gets from school will be unbiased. He gets his freedom of thoughts more when compared from parents to when he learns from school. 

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