There are many different political socialization that people have but these are the main ones for me. The first political socialization i 'm going to talk about that I applies to me is family. The ways that family affects my political socialization are through members of family like my uncle and my dad. These individuals have influenced me through their jobs and the way they carry themselves, for example my dad owns his own restaurant and is a successful hard working person. I idolize my dad and hope to one day become even more successful than him and own my own business.
First. market protections and economic safety nets provided by socialist policies make for a better quality of life for the average person. “Today, corporate executives who answer only to themselves and a few wealthy stockholders make basic economic decisions affecting millions of people” (Democratic Socialists of America 1). Socialist policy can give more control over what is done with resources and money. Democratic socialists believe “social and economic decisions should be made by those whom they most affect” (Democratic Socialists of America 1).
So, feminism, which is one of the biggest social movements around the world, can change public opinion. We will show this by analysing different feminist movements and the effects they had on their respective areas (social, economic, political etc. ), focusing on the United States because of the vast amount of movements of this kind. ORGANIZAR ESTA PARTE POR
Political socialization is a process by which people form ideas about politics and acquire political values. To me my political socialization growing up, my family was very much into politics. My Grandparents and mother strongly believe in politics and getting involved in them as much as possible. As I've grown up I don't like politics much. I really do not understand them.
Growing in a Mexican household allowed me to be exposed to more family orientated events that included music, food and dancing. I was taught at an early age to respect my elder even family’s friend were often introduced as uncles and aunts. Many of these uncles and aunts were part of The Chicano Movement which influences my political beliefs. Throughout this movement, that’s still alive, I learned about my people’s struggles through injustices and discrimination. This urge me to always be political aware especially on injustices towards minorities and do volunteer work that could help other people.
For instance, it is noted that after the great recession that the world experienced in 2008, mainstream parties in the United States changed their stance such that their focus is on the state rather than the support for civil liberties. In particular, there is reliance on strengthening their roles in the government rather than function as a representation of the populaces. Thus, there is the rise of democracy without parties where individuals that are thought to be non-partisan seek the opportunity to protect the rights of individuals. Due to the division and free movement of politicians from one mainstream party to another, there is a popular movement where individual not linked to any party find survival in the political environment. Thus, it is notable that populists may not be focused on representation of the people but they focus on opportunistic gains that they may accrue in any situation.
Guadalupe Olivares 10/01/14 The Process of Political Socialization The process of political socialization is what happens throughout a person’s life can influence their political ideology. There have been three main factors that have been major influences on my political ideology. These three factors are schools, peers, and mass media. These three factors are a driving force of why I am a republican to this day. The first is the schools that I went to and the teachers influence of my choice.
I have learned and explored quite a lot about my worldview in the past couple weeks. I have been challenged to think about my worldview and try to understand it. I think my worldview is based on my past experiences in life and my faith. The Sire texted was useful to help understand how we get our own worldviews. I also have some strong opinions on the question “how do you know for sure?” All of these piece just combine with others to form my worldview.
In my opinion I think that socialization means understanding the nature of the human behavior and its surrounding in order to know how to survive in changing environment. Living in society teaches us not only what we must do but also what we must