what factors influence friendship among young children?
do religion, economic class, race, caste influence friendship among children?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavourite answer
All of the factors which you mention can influence friendship patterns among children, if they are socialized in in terms of the above characteristics. In addition outside the home , racism, classism , caste and religion play an important part in the process of socialization. So the major was to negate these aspects, are to be exposed to persons in all of the above categoriess.Classical examples are attending a segregated or religious school, not being sensitized to differences, and in fact intolerance of differences. An example is a Black doll.Many persons of both races pick dolls which have similar characteristics as the child. To undo racism for example one would have to expose children to different races and religions in the school, as well as playing with dolls of different races. These negative influences are ingrained in society and it's a real challenge to undo them.
- 1 decade ago
i think religion, economic class, race, caste only ifuence children if the parents push it heavily on them...
usually the most influence kids have is who has the wii or the ps3, we will hang out with that person
- treasterLv 44 years ago
an surprisingly youthful newborn does not have a call, toddlers are toddlers...an older one must be exciting in what you're fidgeting with (a toy) or what you're doing, (figuring out on vegetation). As they become previous, women tend to type friendship with women, length, top, who they're around maximum frequently.....siblings, cousins, Church,community little ones, then classmates.
- 1 decade ago
no religion, economic class, and race doesn't influence friendship if it do then its not true
i think similiar interest influences friendship
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
if by young you mean elementary school...nothing really affects them. as far as i recall, everybody is friends with everybody. in middle school, it starts migrating toward having things in common with your friends. in high school, its a whole other story.