Social Behavior

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Individuals' social behaviors change when placed in various environments that differ from each other. They tend to fit more comfortably in certain environments than in others. According to the theory of reasoned action, an individual's performance is basically determined by the person's intentions to perform the behavior.


Age can affect the social behaviors of an individual. People of the same age group interact more freely than people of different age groups. Mostly they are found in the same social places such as school and social halls. They are also likely to behave in a similar way.
This is because they have similar experiences at particular times and they have little to be ashamed of. In contrast, in a situation whereby a person is placed in the midst of people of a different age group, He/she may be unsociable and very uncomfortable as they may be having different interests and not much in common. It becomes very hard for such individuals to cope socially in an environment that does not favor them.
Different people are of different economic status. This also determines an individual's social behavior. The various social classes will include the rich, the poor and the middle class, research has proved that on average individuals feel more comfortable and therefore more sociable while in put on the same environment with people of their social economic level.
People of similar economic status have similar social behaviors. Usually, they attend the same social places such as schools. In this way, they are able to interact freely as there is no economic gap between them.
Social economic status affect the level and quality of education People with high social econo ...
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