Effects of socialization on inequality How does socialization contribute to continued inequalities whether on social class, gender, and/or race?

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In agreement with the above posts, I'd say: By accepting a certain value-based view of society as fundamental or "real", people can lose sight of the potential for challenging that view, changing the values that go into that view, or alterting situations of inequality that are accepted in the value-based view.

If you feel that things are as they should be because one perspective says so, you may not believe that change is possible. If you are a minority in a society where the dominant view of you is negative and limited, you may view your...

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