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In 1988 an eight year old Cambodian girl by the name of Rochom Pngieng ran away from home to live in the jungle for reasons unknown Family and relatives searched three years for her but she was nowhere to be found Nineteen years later that very same girl was found attempting to steal food from the very village she ran away from She was found naked hung over like a monkey and unable to speak comprehensible language A group of men one believed to be her father went out and captured Rochom They brought her in and tried their best to teach her how to behave in their society and to teach her their communicative language She was now twenty-seven years old For nineteen years she lived in the Cambodia jungle with little to no real social contact with any other human being Because of this she had significant trouble adapting to her society She would not wear any clothing for long periods of time She refused to walk like a normal human being She denied most food that was given to her to eat And within two years time she was still unable to speak the Cambodian language In the third year Rochom became very depressed in her new society When the opportunity came she took it and she made her way back to the Cambodian forest where she has now lived ever since In this paper I will break down a variety of theories based on the sociocultural tradition and how those theories impacts people within a society Sociocultural Tradition is the belief that human beings rely heavily on direct human relationships in order to develop social norms required to live our everyday lives within a given society In other words it is the contribution of our society through relationships that develops an individual to whom they will become as that individual gets older When a young child is not around people to
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