Peer Culture


A peer culture is an individual’s immediate community who they interact with on a one-to-one level. An example of a peer culture would be a student and the classmates who they interact with on a day-to-day basis. A person’s peer culture is made up of people who share their similar age, interests, and social status. A peer group is a vital part of any person’s life. Additionally, this group of people will surely have an impact on their life, as well as an influence on their behaviors and activities they choose to engage in, socially.

A peer culture can have a strenuous impact on a person’s life as well. An individual who is not accepted by their peer culture can be devastating and end up alienating that individual from the rest of their social class.

In short, it is imperative for a person not to let their peer culture control every aspect of their life, rather, be a nurturing aspect of their life. A person must use their peer culture as a support system, rather than a stress that weighs on their psyche and causes them to act abnormally.


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