(1) Equally important, the culture as a whole must socialize people into accepting self-imposed limits on their self-interested behavior.(2) The school context provides an opportunity for youth to socialize with selected peers, independently from adults.(3) There's a group of people who get together periodically to sing karaoke and socialize in different bars.(4) Our social groups effectively socialize us to see particular dress and hair styles, modes of demeanour and address, accents and vocabularies as being more attractive than others.(5) Everybody, and I mean everybody, has some economic incentive to socialize health care cost.(6) Since everyone had equal access to health care under Britain's universal, socialized system, the study suggested that one's socioeconomic status is a key determinant of health.(7) The empathy gained by fasting is meant to socialise people into giving alms to the poor which is considered to be the very basis of sociality.(8) Apart from the cultural and religious significance of festivals such as Onam and Vishu, they are occasions for enjoyment, having fun and socialisation .(9) If you are more concerned about the quality of the food and drink than about socializing with your friends, decline the invitation and go out to a restaurant instead.(10) Schools are instrumental in socialising young people with the concept of social cohesion - of valuing their fellow citizens regardless of their race, language or religion.(11) Cultures and subcultures can be viewed as repositories of widely shared values and customs into which people are socialized so that they can function as good citizens or as full participants.(12) We will have a great guest speaker, as well as a good time reacquainting and socializing with old friends.(13) However, another area of research that may inform our understanding of these issues investigates the different ways that society and parents go about socializing girls and boys.(14) As social institutions charged with the task of preparing and socializing young people for adult roles, schools generally reflect many of the characteristics of the society in which they are located.(15) Girls and boys are socialized into conventional gender roles early, through differences in dress and through limitations or direct instruction in appropriate play activities.(16) The argument, in brief, is that if all the means of production are socialized , which socialism required, then there would be no prices to guide producers in deciding what to produce or how to produce.