The Interactionist Perspective: Part II: Phenomenology and Exchange Theory

Chapter 2: the Sociological Perspectives Section 4: Phenomenology and Exchange Theory Introduction As introduced in the last section, Interactionism makes the assumption that society is the sum of all interactions between individuals and small groups. It is a micro level perspective that focuses on human agency as the constructive force in society as opposed to … Continue reading The Interactionist Perspective: Part II: Phenomenology and Exchange Theory