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symbolic interactionism theory

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Symbolic interactionism is a sociological theory that develops from practical considerations and alludes to people's particular utilization of dialect to make images and normal implications, for deduction and correspondence with others.

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symbolic interactionism theory

  1. 1. SYMBOLIC C O M M U N I C A T I O N T H E O R Y J o a n a C e r e j o | 2 0 1 7 INTERACTIONISM
  2. 2. all communication is symbolic and based upon interaction and meaning George Herbert Mead
  3. 3. r LANGUAGE SYMBOLS MEANING To Life Experiences
  4. 4. Symbolic interactionism tends to focus on the LANGUAGE and SYMBOLS that help us give MEANING to the experiences in our life.
  5. 5. SELF MIND SOCIETY Herbert Blumer, Mead’s pupil, further developed his theory and coined it SYMBOLIC INTERACTIONISM G e o r g e H . M e a d
  6. 6. 1863 1894
  7. 7. PUBLISHED HE NEVER After his dead, his students published his teachings. I D E A S //
  8. 8. x George H. Mead 1863 - 1931 Herbert Blumer 1900 - 1987 Charles H. Cooley 1864 - 1929 Erving Goffman 1922 - 1982
  9. 9. I N T E R A C T I O N PROCESSIS In form of meaning Theory
  10. 10. Behavior INDIVIDUALS opposed COLLECTIVE Behavior
  12. 12. The concept of can be framed. 3 elements THE SELF
  13. 13. SMOKING The objective health consequences would prevent anyone from smoking.
  14. 14. HOWEVER Through SYMBOLIC INTERACTION, a person may find a social meaning behind smoking.
  15. 15. We spend time thinking about what we will do next and adjust our approach depending on how we believe others perceive us.
  16. 16. Behavior INDIVIDUALS PAST COLLECTIVE Behavior
  18. 18. CRITICISMS Theory is to wide-ranging F R A M E W O R K No clear understanding of reality Qualitative Data 01 02 03