Role of family, teachers and peer groups in the interaction pattern of high school students: A sociological analysis
Muhammed Atheeque PP, R Nishanthi
Socialization is the process through which we learn to live in a society and learn the values of society and the ways of thinking, doing and living that are deemed to be desirable. The school is of vital importance in the socialization of children. High school students come in contact with wider sections of students, teachers who belong to heterogeneous sociological background. Students cannot interact and behave as they have socialized in their families. They have confused and find it difficult to moving around with people. The purpose of the study is to assess the interaction pattern of high school students regarding selected issues affecting their family and school relationships and the influence of their teacher relationships and their peer relationships.