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With socialization, "individuals become integrated members of society by learning and internalizing the relevant roles and statuses of the groups to which they belong" (Gecas, 2001). When the individuals feel that they are part of a society they start to become accustomed the same beliefs, views, and values as the people around them thus adapt and accept the society's culture. One of the four major building blocks of culture is symbols. Symbols are "anything that stands for someth... ... middle of paper ... ...esearch. In Encyclopedia of Sociology (2nd ed., Vol.
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