p 91 Ethnomethodologists are interested in how individuals collectively create

P 91 ethnomethodologists are interested in how

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(p. 91) Ethnomethodologists are interested in how individuals collectively create A. common values. B. social structure. C. competition. D. power struggles. Croteau - Chapter 04 #28 Level: Moderate Topic: Micro-level Interaction: Finding Patterns Type: Knowledge
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29. (p. 91) Which of the following accurately describes how social interactions occur within a society? A. Over time, patterns form in the ways in which people interact with one another. B. Social interaction rarely follows set patterns because individuals are so different. C. Routine social interactions only occur when they are highly formalized through written rules and laws. D. Individuals must be constantly reminded how to interact with others; interactions never become routine. Croteau - Chapter 04 #29 Level: Moderate Topic: Micro-level Interaction: Finding Patterns Type: Application 30. (p. 91-93) How can both an organization and a conversation be social structures? A. Both rely on routines and recurring patterns of behavior to function smoothly. B. Each has hard and fast rules that govern how they unfold.
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