How are we conditioned in our society?
We are conditioned by work, parents, religion, school, society. We are taught, from a young age, who we are and how to think. Rather than being encouraged to find these things out for ourselves, we’re taught to listen to what we’re told, regardless if it’s true for us. Because this is how we’re conditioned to think.
Why social conditioning is important?
The norms and ideologies that we adopt from the society around us about education, employment, culture, religion, spirituality and family life is called social conditioning. We need social conditioning mainly owing to the fundamental fact that man cannot live alone.
Why social conditioning is bad?
Social conditioning is detrimental to society because it forces negative stereotypes on groups of people, gives children negative influences, and does not allow people to think for themselves. The society that one lives in has many ways of teaching them something that may or may not be true, such as stereotypes.
How does the process of cultural conditioning work?
The Process of Cultural Conditioning In this exercise, you look at how people acquire their culture, how they learn all the behaviors that are regarded as right and wrong in their society.
Which is an example of the process of conditioning?
In Adult conditioning, people learn new behaviors or new ways to perform already conditioned behaviors, as, for example, learning to use a Turkish toilet or eat with your hands rather than with silverware.
When does the majority of conditioning take place?
While the majority of conditioning occurs in early childhood, adults continue to be conditioned as they acquire new behaviors throughout their life. The differences between the two are these: In Childhood conditioning, infants and young children learn such basic activities of life as eating, walking, talking, dressing, bathing, etc.