Lecture 5 - , a term first coined by Garfinkel. 3 ERVING...

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1 Social interaction Social interaction  - the  process by which we act and  react to those around us. Social interaction requires  numerous forms of  nonverbal communication  such as body languages. Civil inattention Staring
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2 Social Rules and Talk  Much of our interaction is done through informal  conversations with others. Ethnomethodology-the study of the  “ethnomethods”—the folk, or lay, methods— people use to  make sense  of what others do and  particularly of what they say. The study of ordinary conversation has come to be  called  ethnomethodology
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Unformatted text preview: , a term first coined by Garfinkel. 3 ERVING GOFFMAN AND DRAMATURGY this approach emphasizes the ways in which social interactions within (and across) cultures resemble the dramatical properties of theatre 4 Goffman on Interaction Rituals in face-to-face situations we produce a pattern of "verbal and nonverbal acts" or gestures the ability to maintain a particular face requires all sorts of subtle stratagems that we usually don't stop and reflect on Cooling Out the Mark "Tie-Signs"...
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