Political socialization is the process through which people acquire their political attitudes, beliefs, opinions, and behaviors. Fred I. Greenstein defines political socialisation as -Political learning, formal and informal, deliberate and unplanned, at every stage of the life cycle, including not only explicit political learning, but also nominally non-political learning of politically relevant social attitudes(Greenstein 1965). As a result,individuals gain knowledge about the political system and how it works. They develop an understanding of their political culture,system of shared values and ideologies about how government should function in their own society. Both the written and unstated rules of the society are passed on generationally, through the socialization process. People gain a sense of belonging to a community and learn.