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The influence of the environment on child development

In social pedagogy society, the social environment is seen primarily from the point of view of the process of inclusion of the child in her and integration through the nearest social environment in society as a whole.

From this point of view becomes important that the relationship of human and external social conditions of his life in the society are of the nature of the interaction. Wednesday – it’s not just the streets, houses and things, the location of which is sufficient to know the person to logging in, to feel comfortable there. Wednesday is also the most diverse community of people who are characterized by a specific system of relations and rules, applicable to all members of the community. Therefore, on the one hand, people make something of themselves, to a certain extent, affect her, cheating on her, but at the same time, and the environment affects the person, makes him their demands. It may take a person some of his actions, manifestations, and can reject; to treat him kindly, and perhaps hostile.

The relation of environment to man is determined by how its behavior conforms to the expectations of the environment. The behavior of a person is largely determined by what position he occupies in society.

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