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Date Created: 10/13/15
The Social Construction of Reality Socialization and Commodification what makes social interaction possible also creates reality of the situation A society creates norms ex how you get on an elevator how you act in a coffee shop etc 1 you face the front of the elevator 2 there are repercussions if you don t follow these rules even if they are not actually real B each person depending on their role in society performs differently guys generally hold the door open for females adults usually reprimand their children if they do something wrong 1 basically life is a stage and we re all actors C we also present ourselves the way we want to to be seen 1 Luigi Pirandello The Pleasure of Honesty a inevitably we construct ourselves 2 Social Situation becomes real through context statuses expectations and performances II The Presentation of Self in Everyday life Erving Goffman A People shape reality intentionally therefore they act 1 he called this concept dramaturgy B Every person s performance is a presentation of self 1 We idealize impressions to convince others who we pretend to be C Disappointing gays from Portlandia 1 They don t act the way you d expect gay men to act which throws everyone off 2 shows you who we are expected to act the way the script is written D Can see gender roles in advertisement Commercial Realism 1 Dr Pepper It s not for women E Are sex and gender different
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