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Handbook of Socialization Theory and Research (Rand McNally Sociology Series)

by Goslin, David A

Condition: Fine/None


Chicago, IL, U.S.A.: Rand McNally & Company, 1971. This book is a collection of original theoretical essays on various topics related to socialization, the process by which individuals acquire the knowledge, skills, and disposition that enable them to participate effectively in social interaction; following an introduction by the editor, the twenty-nine essays are divided into four sections: Theoretical Approaches to the Socialization Process, Content of Socialization, Stages of Socialization, Special Contexts of Socialization;1182 pages (tan textured cloth with gold lettering on front and spine; a bright, clean, tight copy; this is a very large, heavy volume that can only be shipped by domestic media mail without additonal shipping cost). First Edition. Fine/None.




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