Often, this calls for structures and exercise of power in order to effectively deliver on this task. In this paper, the purpose is to answer the question appearing at the top of this page.
Several activities are undertaken by self, but the major ones include visiting the bank and queuing at the mall. Mainly, these two form the basis for everyday life, though there are other minor activities, which are not as demanding as the ones listed above. Each of these activities presents social structures, processes and categories and relations as well as exercise of power. While it is often thought that all people are equal, these activities tend to contest this common notion since not everybody is treated with the same standards, though the services might be similar. The following section seeks to describe how of these activities are presented in the case of visiting a mall, as it is the most common practice undertaken on a daily basis.
Social processes talk of the methods that people apply in their interaction, and this is never limited to the individuals familiar with each other. As indicated earlier, humans differ with animals in a number of ways, thus express themselves in different way. Besides possessing varied traits, humans tend to be social, and will most of the time spend time creating relationships. Often, these relationships can emanate even from a place where individuals are strangers to each other. According to Anderson and Carter (2011), this perfectly fits the traits humans tend to have which at times seem inevitable. At the shopping mall, this happens all the time especially when one is making a purchase. So often, the attendants tend to show compassion and politeness to the customers, just to ensure the customer-business owner relationship remains intact.
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