Which one of the following is the first source for the socialization of a child?

Question: Which one of the following is the first source for the socialization of a child?

A   School

B   Friends

C   Family

D  Peer group

Answer:   Family

 

Sources     Description
Family ·        The family is usually the first and most influential source of socialization for a child.

·        Children learn values and basic social skills from their family members, including parents and siblings.

Peers and friends ·        As children grow, their peers and friends become increasingly important in shaping their social behavior and values.
School ·        School provides a structured environment where children learn academic knowledge and social skills.
Media and technology ·        In the modern age, media, including television, the internet and social media plays a significant role in shaping a child’s values, attitudes and behaviors.
Community and culture ·        Cultural values, traditions and community norms influence a child’s sense of identity and social behavior.
Religion and faith ·        Religious values and moral principles play a role in shaping a child’s behavior.