social imitation theory

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A theory that proposes that the process of socialization is more or less passive. The individual learns how to behave in specific social situations by observing and modelling the behaviour, perceived values, beliefs and norms exhibited by significant others. Compare symbolic interaction perspective.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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