Last time, we covered the basics of Goffman’s dramaturgical analysis, the sociological concept that individual-society interactions are like theatrical performances. The individual is the actor and the society is the audience. 588 more words
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Psychology and sociology have brands of social psychology, but they rarely converse with each other. 435 more words