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Sociology Exam Question Answers





Instructions:

Write give or take about 1/2 page for each answer to the following questions:

1.How would flirting and video games be understood as forms of keying?what other examples of keying can you think of?

2. using Goffman's theory,explain internet interactions. How are they both different from and similar to face to face interactions?

3.using a sporting event,concert,or newscast, use frame analysis to explain the different frames that have probably been used in the past and are being used currently.

4. how would a dramaturgical theory explaining class, race, gender and sexual inequality be different from a symbolic interactionist theory?how would they complement each other?


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The answers to the first two questions are produced below.

Answer 1
Flirting and video games are both forms of keying since they create rules for interaction that are learnt, defined and may be changed depending on the circumstances. In a video game, a player has to take on the role of a character and then work within certain rules that may change depending on the situation the character is placed in on the achievements the character has within the game world. Similarly, flirting can be considered a form of keying since learned behavior and the protocols defined for interaction between the sexes may be applied in order to try and achieve a certain goal. Other examples of keying would be the manner in which gender differences and gender expectations are taught to young children.

Answer 2
The similarity between internet interactions and face to face interactions comes form the fact that communication may be directed between two individuals as it is in the real world. However, internet interactions are quite different in the way that they allow a person to present a face rather than their actual face that they have. This can be in terms of their personality, their physical self and even their abilities since there is little or no visual cue that can be used to verify or refute what is said by an individual in an online meeting.


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Subjects: Sociology
Topic: Sociology Questions Answers
Level: College / University
Tags:

Sociology, Answers, Exam, Keying, Goffman, dramaturgical theory, symbolic interactionist theory


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Subjects: Sociology
Topic: Sociology Questions Answers
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