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The knowledge which is not gain as a formal one. This includes the knowledge that is gained at home. No one teaches the rules of society and how to act while experiencing a particular emotion. informally gained.

TACIT KNOWLEDGE: "Social rules are learnt automatically when we start moving in society. This is an example of tacit knowledge."

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