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Personality Differences in Organisational Socialisation Tactics

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Culture as a Tool for School Improvement: The Case of Children’s Socialisation Centres

References Alifanovienė, D, Šapelytė, O (2009). Nepilnamečių resocializacijavidutinę priez̆iūrą vykdančioseinstitucijose: pedagogų požiūris [Juveniles’ resocialisation at medium supervision institutions: educators’ viewpoint]. Socialinisugdymas , (20), 84-97. Bakutytė, R., Geležinienė, R., Gumuliauskienė, A., Juodraitis, A., Jurevičienė, M., Šapelytė, O. (2013). Socializacijoscentroveiklosmodeliavimas: ugdytiniųresocializacijosprocesųvaldymasirmetodika [Modeling the Activity of the Socialization Center: the Management and Methodology of the Process of

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Proximal Outcomes Of Professional Socialization In Military Academies

Bibliography Allen, D.G., Do Organizational Socialization Tactics Influence Newcomer Embeddedness and Turnover? Journal of Management ; 32; 237-256, 2006, DOI: 10.1177/0149206305280103. Bauer, T.N., Bodner, T., Erdogan, B., Truxillo, D.M., Tucker, J.S., Newcomer adjustment during organizational socialization: A metananalitic review of antecedents, outcomes, and methods. Journal of Applied Psychology , 92(3), 707-721, 2007. Chao, T.C., O’Leary-Kelly, A.M., Wolf, S., Klein, H.J., Gardner, P.D., Organizational Socialization, Journal of Applied

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Children and Television: Vicarious Socialisation Experiences

, G., Cahill, S.E.& Elkin, F. (2007). Children and society: The sociology of children and childhood socialization . NY: Oxford University Press. Hoffner, C.A., Levine, K.J. & Toohey, R.A. (2008). Socialization to work in late adolescence: the role of television and family. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media , 52(2), 282-302. Horton, D. & Wohl, R.R. (1956). Mass communication and para-social interaction: observations on intimacy at a distance. Psychiatry , 19(3), 215-229. Isaacs, D. (2011). Television and children. Journal of Paediatrics

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Ad Moral and Pedagogical Aspects of Durkheim's Understanding of Socialization

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Study Regarding Socialization and Social Integration of Students

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Extracurricular Sport Activities and their Importance in Children Socialization and Integration Process

; Brescia: Sociologia dello sport, ed. it. Sopa, I. S. (2014). The socializing rolls of motor activities at primary school level, Bulletin of the Transylvania Braşov, Vol. 7 (56), No. 2 . Sopa I. S. & Pomohaci, M. (2014a). Developing sports group cohesion in socializing through means of motor activities , Bologna: Medimond by Editografica, 135. Sopa I. S. & Pomohaci, M. (2014b). Group cohesion important factor in sports performance, European Scientific Journal , Volume 10, No 26. Sopa I. S. & Pomohaci, M. (2014c). Study regarding the impact of

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The Effect of Socialization and Maven Characteristics on Viral Advertising

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Sustainable Education and Socialization Through Mistakes

Sustainable Education and Socialization Through Mistakes

The central question in this article is how teachers socialize pupils. Our hypothesis is that socialization takes place when an individual identifies something as a problem or as undesirable. In the process of socialization, teachers sometimes make mistakes. Attempting to hide these mistakes, however, may result in new or even greater mistakes. D. Kahneman implies that people do not like loss or failure. People attempt to justify earlier incorrect decisions by often undergoing senseless stress and exertion. People agree to exert themselves to guarantee what in their opinion is a fair and equitable solution to a particular situation. Subjective probabilities play an important role in our lives. This paper presents the results of an ethnographical study of education. Our findings suggest that mistakes and negativity contribute to strengthening norms be cause "bad is more representative than good". In addition to negativity, teachers try to teach norms through collegial responsibility and conscience, and regulation is important at every step. This study concludes that both success and failure are constantly renewed in a cycle. That is why people tend to use earlier behaviour models, including self-evaluation and beliefs, which are continually actualized. The importance of a supportive, positive, and optimistic learning environment cannot be underestimated. The concept of psychologically sustainable education requires greater in-depth study.

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The Basis and the Structure of the Tertiary Socialization Field and the “Youth-Affairs” as an Autonomous Area

módszerei, ELTE BTK, Neveléstudományi Intézet. Budapest: Gondolat Kiadói Kör, 2003. PARSONS T. - BALES R. F.: Family, socialization and interaction process. Glencoe: Free Press, 1995. PIAGET, J.: Sociological Studies. London: Routledge, 1995. SOROKIN, P. A.: Social and cultural mobility. New York: Free Press, 1959. SZABÓ, E.: “Nagyobb lesz az ember, ha kicsit dumásabb” A börtönszleng használók véleménye nyelvváltozatukról. In: Magyar Nyelvjárások, Debreceni Egyetem Magyar Nyelvtudományi Tanszék évkönyve

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