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Symbolic Interactionism – History, Concepts, Applications, MCQs | Sociology

Symbolic Interactionism

Symbolic Interactionism

The concept of symbolic interactionism is a prominent sociological perspective aimed at understanding human behavior and society through shared symbols, meanings, and interactions.

An analysis of how individuals perceive and interpret the world around them, how they develop a sense of self, and how they navigate through social interactions to construct meaning and social reality is rooted in the works of George Herbert Mead, Charles Cooley, and Herbert Blumer.

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