Road Safety Club as an Agent of Socialization

Complexity: Standard

<h1><strong>ROAD SAFETY CLUB AS AN AGENT OF SOCIALIZATION</strong></h1> CONTENT <ol> <li>Structure and Processes of Forming Road Safety Club in Schools</li> <li>Membership of the Federal Road Safety Club</li> </ol> <br> <h2><strong>Structure and Processes of Forming Road Safety Club in Schools</strong></h2> The Road Safety Club constitutes the third tier of the Road Safety Corps, Regular Marshals and Special Marshal Levels of RSC. These clubs are formed in primary and secondary schools in Nigeria. The road safety clubs serve as a veritable tool in catching children young to become responsible road users in the future. This will go a long way in inculcating in them the positive road safety rules and how the children can also become road safety ambassadors in their homes, schools and wherever they find themselves. The essence of the club in schools is to teach children the importance of safety in schools and on the road and while they are with their parents in the car, they can correct bad road users, which will spur positive changes.

The Importance of Socialization

Complexity: Standard

<h1><strong>THE IMPORTANCE OF SOCIALIZATION</strong></h1> CONTENT <ol> <li>Importance of Socialization</li> <li>Negative Effects or Disadvantages of Socialization</li> <li>The Process of Socialization</li> </ol> <br> <h2><strong>Importance of Socialization</strong></h2> The importance of socialization to an individual cannot be overemphasized. They include the following: <ol> <li>Socialization prepares the new member to fit into his community.</li> <li>It makes the new member know, understand and participate in the culture of his community.</li> <li>It enables desirable values to be passed from one generation to another.</li> <li>It promotes peaceful co-existence and social inter-action among people.</li>

The Meaning, Types and Agents of Socialization

Complexity: Standard

<h1><strong>MEANING, TYPES AND AGENTS OF SOCIALIZATION</strong></h1> CONTENT <ol> <li>Meaning of Socialization</li> <li>Types of Socialization</li> <li>Agents of Socialization</li> </ol>   <h2><strong>Meaning of Socialization</strong></h2> Socialization is the process by which individuals acquire the languages, belief, values and technical skills of his society. Socialization is a life-long process from which we are always learning. The process of learning the culture of a community is called <strong>socialization. </strong>Every society is faced with the necessity of making a responsible member out of each child born into it. The child must learn the expectations of the society so that his behaviour can be relied upon. He must acquire the group norms. Society must socializes each member so that his behaviour will be meaningful in terms of the group norms. <br> <h2><strong>Types of Socialization</strong></h2> There are two types of socialization, they are: <ol> <li>Primary socialization</li> <li>Secondary socialization</li> </ol> <strong>Primary Socialization:</strong> This is when the child is born and helpless. Most of what he learns are through the efforts of older persons. <strong>Secondary Socialization:</strong> This is the time a person is old enough to learn by himself. He learns new roles, new skills and new ways. <br> <h2><strong>Agents of Socialization</strong></h2> There are many agents of socialization through which the individuals are socialized into the community. They are:

Shared Norms and Values of Nigerian Communities

Complexity: Standard

<h1><strong>SHARED NORMS AND VALUES OF NIGERIAN COMMUNITIES</strong></h1> CONTENT <ol> <li>Shared Norms and Values of Nigerian Communities</li> <li>The Importance of Values in Nigerian Communities</li> </ol>   <h2><strong>Shared Norms and Values of Nigerian Communities</strong></h2> Norms are standard ways of behaviour that society upholds. This is generally acceptable within a society. Any deviation from this is seen as a deviant behaviour. In some Nigerian communities, such forbidden things and actions are called taboos. Acceptable social norms in Nigerian communities include: <ol> <li>Wearing of dresses that cover your nakedness. This type of norm is generally acceptable throughout the Nigerian community.</li>

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