Symbolic Interactionism theory by George Herbert Meadand

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Short Application Paper 1 to 2-pages

one about Symbolic Interactionism theory by George Herbert Mead

and one about Expectancy Violations Theory by Judee Burgoon

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Expected violations theory defines the way individuals react when
the social norms of a community are violated. There are both spoken
and unspoken rules to the interactions in a society known as social
norms. Sometimes people went against them and expected violations
theory tries to explain the reaction to the violation of these
principles. According to this theory, communication merely occurs
because of tolerable behavior between two people. Once one
individual comes with unacceptable behavior, the reaction of the
other party depends on how they take the violation of norms. The
theory states that what people expect of each other is the only fuel
that propels communication.
Expected violations theory comes to light ...

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