Fraternity dating rules
They’ve also probably watched 15,000 hours of TV, and spent 5-10,000 playing (video games, friends, Internet, text messaging, etc.).
Friends, class mates, and peers become increasingly important in the lives of children in their secondary educational stage of socialization.
Younger children do not have strong abstract reasoning skills until adolescence, so they rely heavily on the judgment of their caregivers.
This level runs concurrently with primary socialization.
Children learn how to talk, interact with others, share, manage frustrations, follow the "rules", and grow up to be like older family and friends they know.
When they live up to expectations they are "big boys and girls" when they don’t they are naughty.
Most 0-5 year olds yearn for their parents and family member’s affection and approval.
By the time of pre-teen years, the desire for family diminishes and the yearning now becomes for friends and peers.