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Interactionism



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interactionism - www.healthnote25.com




Interactionism is a branch of sociology that addresses the way an individual behaves and makes decisions based on that individual's environment.


More or less, the discussion of interactionism refers to what constitutes one's actions; Therefore, what a person does is not solely the response of the stimuli that the person obtains, but also based on the context of the environment (can be the identity of the other person, what happens around the person or where the person is located).


For example if at the time we drive overtaken by a large car that drove at high speed, then our interpretation of the car will be negative. Another case if the car turned out to be a fire engine, then our interpretation of the car will be positive because the fire truck is speeding to save people or extinguish the fire.

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