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Sociological study may be conducted at both macro (large-scale social processes) and micro (small group, face-to-face interactions) levels.The dramaturgical approach analyzes social interaction from the micro-level, seeing people as social "actors."

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Levels of Analysis: Mirco and MacroSociological study may be conducted at both macro (large-scale social processes) and micro (small group, face-to-face interactions) levels.SmartNotesfig. 1Theatre MasksThe dramaturgical approach analyzes social interaction from the micro-level, seeing people as social "actors."Check out our Boundless alternatives to the following textbooks:1 THINK Social Problems by John D. Carl2 Standalone Access Card for Society: The Basics by John J. Macionis3 Study Guide for Sociology: The Basics by John J. Macionis4 MySocLab with Pearson eText -- Standalone Access Card -- for Society: The Basics (11th Edition) (Mysoclab (Access Codes)) by John J. Macionis5 Study Guide for Essentials of Sociology, A Down-To-Earth Approach by James M. HenslinSearch for your sociology textbook KEY POINTSMacro-level sociology looks at large-scale social processes, such as social stability and change.Micro-level sociology looks at small-scale interactions between individuals, such as conversation or group dynamics.Micro- and macro-level studies each have their own benefits and drawbacks.Macrosociology allows observation of large-scale patterns and trends, but runs the risk of seeing these trends as abstract entities that exist outside of the individuals who enact them on the ground.Microsociology allows for this on-the-ground analysis, but can fail to consider the larger forces that influence individual behavi

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