SOC-120 WK3 CP1 - at times feel my status is higher than...

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Social Construction of Reality CheckPoint Jose Gonzalez Axia College of University of Phoenix 1
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Social Construction of Reality CheckPoint As it stands now, my social status seems to remain balanced between all of my different forms of human interaction. I have no higher status at school or work than I seem to have at home. Although, I may be treated a better at school and at home than I may be at times at work. Yet for the most part it all seems balanced, the only time I feel where my status is above average is when I am doing a show. Because I’m a musician people tend to be nicer to you than they would another person because they might feel you have some importance. In the case of being a musician or have some artistic talents, then yes I do
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Unformatted text preview: at times feel my status is higher than usual. But, from day to day life it really does not vary much at all. I feel this gives me a fairly good view of how most people are considered for their status. While at the same time those instances I experience of above than average status help me to realize who is seen as less and who is seen as more. This has brought me to see how people think, they do not value people based on personality yet on what they can do and how they can affect others. Which is also what I think sometimes to be honest but, I will always hold a person with a good personality above another with a bad personality no matter what that person can do. 2...
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