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Symbolic Interactionism

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Symbolic interactionism is an empirical theory which centralizes the importance of activity. It holds that people act towards things based on the meaning those things have for them, that meanings emerge from social interaction and that meanings are modified by individual interpretation and on-going social exchange. These premises create a methodologically cohesive frame which informs a ...

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