SOC101Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Symbolic Interactionism, Role Theory, Role Conflict

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Social scripts: those culturally constructed, socially enforced practices that we are all expected to follow when we interact in social situations. Guidelines that people follow to carry out interactions and fulfill role expectations as seamlessly as possible. Each situation has its own script in a given community/society learned through years of observation and practice. Social forms: social arrangements that arise out of interaction often below the cultural radar below people"s consciousness. Social objects symbols, roles, or relationships that help people achieve their individual and collective goals co=operatively. Both social scripts and social forms constrain the ways people relate to one another in social situations. The groups we belong to also have a large influence in shaping our behaviour. Book of howard becker student of chicago school of sociology professional jazz musician. Labelling theory ground work deviance and by applying these rules to particular people and labelling them as outsiders.

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