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Jeane Lee Soci 1 7/8/11 David Kadanoff Weekly Reflection: 2 There are so many instances where I can relate to Goffman’s Presentation of Self. There are aspects where I can relate and really know what he is discusses both as an audience and an actor. Especially as I was growing and learning of how my roles and actions affect the community and circle of friends, the terms and concepts that Goffman discusses were easily distinguishable in myself. How was the community I was actively engaged in affected by my actions, moreover, how did the community I was engaged in affect and influence my actions. How were my values and persona matched, changed, and molded by what I was seeing daily. The idea of people acting out defined and specific roles was an interesting to relate to because although people within any group may have these roles, they are not always set out to be solid and unchanging. I personally do not completely agree because within different groups of people, there are different roles that are set out. Being a completely versatile person and being able to
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This note was uploaded on 09/29/2011 for the course SOCI 1 taught by Professor Blair-loy during the Summer '10 term at UCSD.

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