By: Luke Goldberg & Kevin Ryan
This theory is a framework that analyzes contemporary society by
concentrating on the very subjective meanings persons impose on
objects occasions and actions
Interactionist claim that people act based on the actual
believe to get true and not simply on what is objectively accurate
This theories main supposition is that society is a social
construct that people create through social relationships with other folks and the understanding of those relationships.
H We S T O RY O F T They would E O RY
Developed by George Meads work in 1920s
Term termed by Herbert Blumer in 69.
Herbert Blumer March 7th 1900- Apr 13th 1987
The ideas for this theory came from Mead,
which thought that people are best
comprehended in a functional, interactive regards to
METHODS OF SI
Individuals create own sociable reality through
collective and individual actions.
Qualitative meeting with
Context existing sources evaluation
THREE PRIMARY PRINCIPLES
Meaning-states that individuals act toward people and things based on the meanings that provide to those persons or issues. Symbolic
Interactionism holds the principal of which means to be the central aspect of human behavior
Language-gives humans a way by which to negotiate meaning through symbols. Humans discover meaning in speech functions with others. ( People have different symbolism for different things. )
Thought- modifies every individual's model of emblems. Thought can be described as mental conversation that requires distinct points of watch. ( Connotations can change, they're not tangible. )
CONCEPT OF SELF
Self is the capability to reflect on ourself from the
views of others.
Looking-glass self- people see themselves how they
envision others see them
Two dimensions of Self
" I” = Subject; acting self
" Me” = Object; noticing self
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