Can an individual be socialized to be anti-social?

sierrastrickland99 sierrastrickland99    3   14.02.2022 04:30    7

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brooklynunderwood46 brooklynunderwood46  14.02.2022 04:30

Asociality is distinct from but not mutually exclusive to anti-social behaviour, in which the latter implies an active misanthropy or antagonism toward other people or the general social order.

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jlewis711777 jlewis711777  14.02.2022 04:30
I’d like to add onto what the previous individual said.

There have been cases of children being completely separated from society, isolated throughout their early childhood. You can look this up and find examples, the most prominent being Genie.

While anti-social individuals don’t have to be completely isolated to feel that disconnection from other human beings, possibly not being actively around other children or multiple other humans could lead to a child feeling detached from them or in severe cases, more fearful of them.
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