The continuity of society and culture is correlated with the socialization of the individuals. The individual is not horn with ready-made solutions of problems and shared expectations. Through socialization the group prepares a child to become useful member of the society. He learns how to satisfy the basic needs.
Socialization invariably brings a degree of conformity among the individuals and ultimately in society. The people brought up in the similar socio-cultural environment tend to develop similar habits, attitudes, interests and value systems and personality traits.
The process of maturation includes the changes in the tissues and organs of body of an individual, which take place as one gets older. These biological changes occur without conscious and deliberate learning efforts. Such changes do not depend upon socio-cultural environment directly, hut these changes take place as a result of heredity.
Four Stages of Social Organizations Growth & Development include Period of cultivation, formation, Normal Functioning and period of decline
Social Organizations Definition & Characteristics, "It is state or a condition in which various institutions of a society are functioning to recognize their purposes"
The basic functions of institutions are following: 1. Reproduction, 2. Socialization Function, 3. Sense of Purpose, 4. Preservation of Order, 5. Transmission of Culture, 6. Personality Development
The socialization process starts from birth and continues till death. It never stops however, the speed and nature of socialization is different at different stages of life. The process converts "human being" into a "social being" so that he might be able to play his role more effectively as a member of an organized group.
When a newly born baby comes to the world, he knows that what are happening in surrounding. An individual becomes a member of society when individual interacts with other individuals. For living in society an individuals requires some specific methods and techniques to effects his/her social life and become a proper member of society.