I now turn to some examples of how families teach, and might teach, some of the value orientations which I associate with the emerging World Order and its global values (Peace, Valuing Diversity, Human Rights/Gender Equity, and Environmental Care). I discuss the idea of intentional socialization, starting with two assumptions:

First, that children, initially at least, attune their learning of value orientations to what their parents do and say, later adding the inputs of other ideas and persons to whom they resonate; and

Second, that parents are influenced in their child rearing by values in their cultural environments, both immediate and remote.