Secondary Socialization refers to the behavioral patterns that are reinforced by socializing agents of society.
Secondary Socialization takes place outside the home.
Secondary socialization is where children and adults learn how to act in a way that is appropriate for the situations they are in. For example, schools require very different behavior from the home, and children must act according to new rules. Other examples include an adult entering a new profession or relocating to a new town or city. (Baier, A., 2005)
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