Examination Assignment Social Studies

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Den overstående selvlavede model, viser sammenhængen mellem socialiseringen af et individ og en generel stræben efter succes. * Familie
Familien spiller en stor rolle indenfor primære socialisering af et individ, igennem opdragelsen skaber familien et individs generelle holdninger. Individet får et masse bagage fra familien som individet tager videre i livet. Da familie er så stor en del af individet, vil familiens uddannelses niveau spille en rolle for individet. * Venner
Venner og bekendte udgør den sekundærer socialisering, venner er med til at forme og skabe individet. Et individ er stærkt afhængig af interaktion med andre mennesker, derved er vennerne med til at forme et individ ud fra disse interaktioner. * Miljø
Miljøet skaber rammerne for et individ, et individ vil formenligt færdes i de områder som individet er vokset op i, og senere finde sine egne miljøer. Individet vil for det meste og socialisere sig med andre mennesker fra det sammen miljø. * Skole
Skolen er et vigtig sted, hvor den sekundære socialisation primært finder sted. Skolen er et af de første steder, hvor et individ begynder at få venner og begynder at socialisere sig med andre mennesker og derved begynde at skabe en identitet. * Stræben efter succes
Alle mennesker har en almen stræben efter at få succes i sit liv. Det kan være drivkraften for menneske til at enten at være normbryder eller bare prøve at klare sig godt i livet. Dette kan også bliver fremprovokeret af bl.a. familie og venner
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* Kvinder har en tendens til at stemme mere rødt end mænd
Rødblok: S, RV, SF, EL (A, B, F, Ø)
Blåblok: K, DF, V, LA, KD (C, O, V, Y, K)
Kvinderne vil have en venstrefløj med 54 % af stemmerne og en højrefløj med 46 % af stemmerne.
Mændene vil have en venstre have en venstrefløj med 42.2 % af stemmerne og en…...

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