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Do you think sociologists have over emphasized the importance of social contact in learning? What are some legal and moral implications for the government in this kind of child abuse? Should the state protect children from their parents?

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It doesn’t seem that sociologist overemphasized importance of social contact during learning. Child without social contact would survive somehow in the jungle like Mowgli because it would be raised by some animals. Even animals are raised by other animals. So, it seems that everyone needs some guidance during growing up. There are many abuses of socialization, that is for sure. If we just think about growing up in some kind of religious cult that sexually abuses children. There are milder abuses as well. So, of course there should be laws of against it especially because raising children is a delicate thing. But there should be boundaries because of privacy issues.

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