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5.1: Understanding Social Interaction
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- 5.1A: Understanding Social Interaction
- In sociology, social interaction is a dynamic, changing sequence of social actions between individuals or groups.
- 5.1B: Ethnomethodology
- Ethnomethodology studies procedures people carry out in order to create a sense of orderliness within a particular institution or community.
- 5.1C: Dramaturgy
- Dramaturgy is a sociological concept developed by Erving Goffman that uses the metaphor of theater to explain human behavior.