Agent in Performance

Agent in Performance - Agent: Performance Everyday Life...

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Agent: Performance Everyday Life Performance –the performer is a role-taker and role-player 4 Components of Performance of Social Roles : 1. Belief in the Part- must prove you are who you intend to be ex: teacher gives impression that she is the teacher and you give it as you’re the student 2. Social Fronts- all things we need to perform the role a. Setting- for class you need a classroom, you need notes, computer, backpacks b. Personal Fronts (appearance and manner) - being in the costume of the student, t- shirt, jeans, pants, what you wear when you are a student c. Back Region- a place where we can go to not have to perform a role, ex: teacher will go back to office to be herself d. Role Sets- other individuals that you need to help you perform this role, ex: teacher needs students 3. Dramatic Realization- looks at when does this performance actually occurs a. In the moment- the roles are produced the moment they are preformed, ex: umpire at a baseball game, E.M.T. on emergency site
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2011 for the course CMST 1061 taught by Professor Hebert during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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