Political Socialization: A Case Study
Evans, Micshall Deloise
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The problems of politically socializing America's youth are many. This project has sought to acquaint the reader with two views the first is education as a socializing agent viewing the teacher in particular. The teacher has a tremendous potential as the shaper of political views. Many teachers refrain from exploiting their political potential. Regardless, in studies done on the relationship between teacher-student measuring political views, the two become parallel particularly as the student becomes older. Another point stressed is the ambiguity of ideals shown in the case study. Most of the teens interviewed were uncertain of terms such as government, democrat, poor people or ideas such as good citizenship and democracy.If you are not a current K College student, faculty, or staff member, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request access to this SIP.