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Symbolic Interactionism 101: Selfies, Internet Personas and the Growing Disconnect Between "I" and "Me"
Selfies. Almost nothing is more symbolic of our high-tech, hip little millennial lives. Selfies are highly contested, and everyone has an opinion. Countless pieces have been written about them, ranging from celebrations of self-expression to cries that they mark the decline of our apparently previously humble and demure society. 766 more words
In “Symbols and the Creation of Reality” Kent Sandstrom draws upon the sociological perspective known as symbolic interactionism which emphasizes that because we use and rely upon symbols, we do not respond to stimuli in a direct or automatic way but rather, through symbols we give meaning to stimuli and act toward them based on that meaning. 951 more words
One of my three part-time jobs, in this wrecked working-class culture of Wisconsin, has me recently toiling in Down Town Janesville, Wisconsin. Starting this new downtown project, I had little time to notice the latest nuances of said fair city. 615 more words