1. Socialization refers to
a. The processes by which individuals acquire the beliefs, values, and behaviors considered desirable or appropriate by their culture.
b. The gradual changes in behavior that children develop over time that enable them to interact with others with other without being selfish or inconsiderate.
c. The systematic changes between an individual and society that shape the way a person thinks and behaves.
d. The gradual accumulation of knowledge and patterns of behavior that occur as successive generations of humans add to our collective or cultural cognition.