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SO322 – Symbolic Interactionism

An examination of the major principles and arguments of symbolic interactionist theory and its applications. Symbolic interactionism is an approach to studying the social world that privileges micro-level phenomena. Particular attention is paid to interactional accomplishments of self and identity, the nature, structure, and norms of social interaction, and interactional regulation of bodies and emotions (Not offered 2017-18).

Prerequisite: Sociology 228 and Sociology 229; or consent of instructor.

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