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Running heading: SYMBOLIC INTERACTIONIST PERSPECTIVE 1 Symbolic Interactionist Perspective Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Date
SYMBOLIC INTERACTIONIST PERSPECTIVE 2 Symbolic Interactionist Perspective Symbolic Interactionist Perspective on gender and gender roles in our society. The phenomenon of Symbolic Interactionist Perspective provides sociologists with the signs and details of everyday activity, the meaning of the symbols, and the interaction of people. The level of society that the theoretical foundation deals with is at the micro-level with signs and face-to-face interactions. However, the macro-level of social interpretation are ignored. This perspective focuses on individuals, not communities, and can overlook the most critical issues in society. The functional aspects of culture are interdependent and contribute to the functioning of the society. Functionalists believe that societies are connected by consensus or social cohesion (Denzin, 2016). Community members agree to achieve better results across society. Functionalists classify human functions into two types: different characteristics and potential features. The tasks shown are the intentional or obvious consequences of actions designed to support a part of the social system. Possible functions are not intended. The level of society

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