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Synonyms for socialization

the action of establishing on a socialist basis

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the act of meeting for social purposes

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Calls for a more "proactive" approach to youth financial literacy fit within the concept of anticipatory socialization.
This last type of anticipatory socialization is particularly relevant for the creation of adaptable financial consumers as the general principles adopted during the anticipatory socialization process will be helpful to deal with unforeseen financial situations and new financial products in the future.
This observation is in line with the theory of anticipatory socialization (Deacon and Firebaugh 1981), which states that certain skills and attitudes acquired today will only be useful for financial decision making in the more distant future.
Cosmopolitanism and localism among undergraduate college students: A study in anticipatory socialization.
Table 1: Relationship between Professional Commitment and Anticipatory Socialization (Perception of Financial Reporting) (N = 128) Misstate Disclose Cost-Benefit Professional .
The next hypotheses investigated the possible relationships between demographics, professional commitment and anticipatory socialization.
For example, if a new member enters an organization and the existing members view her/him as humorous on the first day during the anticipatory socialization stage (e.
When first entering an organization during the anticipatory socialization stage, tense/awkward situations can provide self-conscious moments, as the environment(s) is new to the member.
For example, pre-entry experiences, such as realistic job previews, that share information about the company or the job are known as anticipatory socialization mechanisms which influence post-entry attitudes and behavior (Wanous, 1992).
Although the experiences dancers reported during their interviews varied, the women we spoke with who reported engaging in anticipatory socialization, talked about spending time in strip clubs before deciding to dance.
The other women who had anticipatory socialization experiences reported experiencing a more gradual drift into dancing (Matza, 1992)(2).
Through hanging out with people associated with the industry or by working in a strip club in some other capacity, these women experienced a form of anticipatory socialization that enabled them to view dancing as a viable job option.
Anticipatory socialization in blue-collar families: The negotiation of contradictory messages of social mobility and reproduction.
1) Jablin (1987, 2001) referred to the process of being socialized into the world of work during childhood and adolescence as vocational anticipatory socialization.