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Symbolic Interaction Theory

Symbolic interaction theory, or symbolic interactionism (SI), suggests that meaning and realities are developed by individuals through social interaction. Seminal to the development of this theory were the contributions of Charles Peirce's theory of signs and symbols, John ...

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