Tertiary socialization


Tertiary socialization, also called reinsertion or resocialization, is the process carried out by a person who has developed a more or less serious negative behavior, entering the field of social deviation, within a society or human group, in order to to integrate again, in order to avoid their exclusion or recidivism in those behaviors. Although the initiative of the tertiary socialization process sometimes does not correspond to the individual himself, but rather is induced by other social agents, his will and desire for reintegration is essential for the success of the process, which in any case will require a group within the community. which, will internalize and accept the rules of socialization. The term refers to a phase of socialization that generally occurs after primary and secondary socialization.

In another sense, tertiary socialization refers to that phase of socialization that develops in adulthood and advanced ages.

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