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by Henry Lacie - Tuesday, 28 November 2017, 7:14 PM
 

6. How they focused on Genie was the fact that they were trying to teach her how to adapt to human interaction and to read the English language. It relates to the question because when she was in extreme social isolation, she had no interaction with anyone, but herself. Years later, the results should she was not able to speak proper English and she didn't know how to react when certain situations came about.

7. Genies story ended as the research was over with and there was no funding to continue to help Genie and by the time the story ends, she moved back with her mother, but her mother found it difficult to take care of her. She then moved to different foster homes and was able to continue learn to speak.

8. Without society, we wouldn't have different views and social interaction. Society really shapes the way we behave and how we understand different aspects of the world. Socialization shapes the way we speak to each other and how we express our emotions. Without society there would really be chaos and nothing would have meaning or understanding.