Presentation on theme: "Chapter 4.2 Types of Social Interaction Social interaction occurs on a daily basis in a variety of ways."— Presentation transcript:
Chapter 4.2 Types of Social Interaction Social interaction occurs on a daily basis in a variety of ways.
Role Playing When you play a role in society, you must interact with others in society. Interactions brings 2 things to society: Stability change
Common Forms of Social Interaction Exchange Whenever people interact in an effort to receive a reward or a return for the actions. Buying girlfriend flowers Listening to your parents Holding doors for old people.
Common Forms of Social Interaction Reciprocity The idea that if you do something for someone, they owe you something in exchange. Basis for exchange
Common Forms of Social Interaction Exchange theory The idea that people are motivated by self interest in their interactions with other people. I.E. People do things strictly to be rewarded. Extra credit Wash the car Buy flowers for girlfriend
Common Forms of Social Interaction Competition Occurs when two or more people or groups oppose each other to achieve a goal that only one can attain.
Common Forms of Social Interaction Conflict The deliberate attempt to Control a person by force Oppose someone To harm another person In a conflict Very little rules of conduct
Common Forms of Social Interaction Accommodation A state of balance between cooperation and conflict. Can take a number of forms Compromise Occurs when 2 parties both give up something to come to an agreement. Truce Occurs when 2 parties both agree to bring a conflict to a halt with no declared winner.
Common Forms of Social Interaction Cooperation Occurs when two or more people or groups work together to achieve a goal Benefits more than one person!
Group Work Break into 3 groups. Each group must perform a skit in which each one of the forms of social interaction take place: Exchange Competition Conflict Accommodation Cooperation