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Interactionism and Reflexivity
Pages 8 (2008 words)
Interactionism refers to the way the people relate to society. There are many subtopics that add up to form what is known as Interactionism. Phenomenology, ethnography, symbolic interaction and social construction are four areas that our covered by Interactionism…
There are two philosophical roots of Interactionism: one is Phenomenology and the second is Ethnography. Phenomenology is study of the construction of experience or consciousness. It is the study of "Phenomena". It explains why things appear, as they are, what role they play in our lives or how we experience them and finally how experiences influence us. It includes all our sensory powers and capabilities of hearing, seeing, touching and everything that make up an "experience". This may include all animate and inanimate objects. It studies the entire structure of an experience, starting from a thought or intention and finally translating into action. The intermediate processes, from thought to action are all studied by Phenomenology. This includes, foremost, how we perceive things, what thoughts and imagination they provoke in our mind and memory, what emotions are aroused, how will towards that task, and finally, how the action is taken or executed. Edmund Husserl was among the pioneers of the Phenomenology when it was first launched in early 20th century. He believed that the center of all experience is intention. It is not what final experience will bring about that decides how an individual will perceive or what individual will learn from it. ...
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