CH 4 skeletal notes - 1. Social interaction is the process...

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1. Social interaction is the process by which people act and react in relation to others. A. Social structures guide and make sense of our daily situations and interactions. 2. Status is a social position that an individual occupies. A status set consists of all the statuses a person holds at a given time. A. An ascribed status is B. An achieved status is a social position that someone assumes voluntarily and that reflects personal ability and effort. C. A master status is a status that has special importance for social identity, often shaping a person’s entire life. 3. A role consists of behavior . A. Role conflict refers to B. Role strain refers to C. Role exit is 4. The Social Construction of Reality is the process by which individuals creatively shape reality through social interaction. A. Social construction of reality usually starts with an agreement of what’s going on, but perceptions based on interests and intentions will construct reality. B.
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