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    Personal Sources of Enculturation/Socialization Agents

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    Sources of enculturation might be mother, father, other significant care giver, specific siblings, specific relatives, specific friends, specific religious or educational figures, other specific public figures, specific social or natural events, specific TV shows or movies or books or "celebrities," or any other specific phenomena you identify as significantly involved in your enculturation (your interaction with your environment as you were "growing up").

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    Hi,

    Although all of the sources are listed here, it does not talk about the experiences you have that are part of your enculturation. What ways of acting did you witness, good or bad, that caused you to think in certain ways about different cultures? What things did you personally witness throughout your educational years that shaped ...

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    The solution is a pocket advice in identifying one's sources of enculturation - socialization agents & events in one's life.

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