Social Exchange Theory

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  • A perspective in sociology and social psychology that explains human interaction as based on negotiated exchanges among individuals and groups. People use cost-benefit reasoning to decide how to act. Actions are based on expectations of rewards, such as approval or respect. The theory models social interaction as economic market interaction.

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