A Study of Symbolic Interactionism Essay

A Study of Symbolic Interactionism
This essay describes the problem of social order, as seen through the lens of symbolic interactionism.
# 23909 | 1,680 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2002 | CA
Published on Feb 03, 2003 in Psychology (Behaviorism) , Sociology (Theory)


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This paper considers the problem of social order in a micro-sociological context, by looking at the works of symbolic-interactionist H. Blumer. It attempts to explain the reason we are able to do things collectively as a society.

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"Each of the main sociological paradigms has a different explanation for the problem of social order; that is, how are members of a society able to do what they do together. This paper will attempt to explain my view that the reason we are able to do things collectively as a society is because, as individuals, we can rationally decide what our goals are, what our best course of action is to attain those goals, and where necessary, we are able to interpret and interact with our surroundings towards completing what we set out to do."

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