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Essay heading: A Member of Society
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As the effects of social control appear in his life, as a result, he begins to think and behave like others as mentioned above. In modern sociological thought, it has been argued by the pioneer sociologists such as Durkheim and Freud that social control, far from involving merely external regulation of the person's conduct, becomes undoubtedly internalized in the individual so that the ethical demands of society become constitutive factors of the individual's personality...
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For instance, despite choosing neither direction nor views, they come to Stepan of their own accord. He instinctively takes the hat that everybody wears. He does actually not choose the shape or color of the hat. Then, a question comes to mind: "Why does he not choose a different one and why not the one he loves most?" In that case, it can be alleged that the effects of social control arise unnoticeably and social control enforces him to be in conformity with the society...
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