Symbolic Interactionism Essay

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Register to read the introduction… When I realise this, I went to video of Soctheory (2008) to find out more information about symbolic interaction. I found three premises on this video. I understand that there are different interactions within individuals towards meaning on same object and they give different meaning to their behaviour. People assess situation to express their opinion from their symbolic interactionism. The interaction between individuals based on how they identify meaning to those objects and other people and how we give meaning to people (soctheory, 2008). I also feel that human-diseases interact from spread of infectious disease among individuals and individual practice of preventive behaviour. In Nepal, there is insufficient supply of drinking water. In addition, I have found i that back in Nepal, people are using water from same pound to wash dishes, vegetables and bath as well as swim where they also wash cloths, give bath to animals. Some people have traditional behaviour from their historical belief that they need to take bath in pound or river to be pure before they go to temple and pray to god which can cause infectious diseases. In Nepal, there are many traditional festivals in our society which are providing entertainments and giving chance to see relatives and friends. In case of Australia, I found people are usually going to clubs and pubs for entertainment. Their thinking towards having alcohol is to relax and enjoyment. They usually do shopping from internet as well as use private vehicles even for walking distance. Because of technical advance in wealthy countries, their daily living lives are different from that of people in poor countries. So, definitely they …show more content…
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