Sure. Mead, Cooley and Goffman are the big three. Mead stated that Symbolic Interactionism was important because without symbols, people would have a harder time communicating. We communicate because we have a mutual understanding of the symbols we use, whether it be language, actual objects or symbolic objects that we agree on, kind of like the phenomena and numena argument by Kant. Goffman stated that we not only have symbols, we also have the ability to use dramatalurgical interactions, meaning we have a front stage and a back stage. The front stage is what people see when we are at work, the back stage is when we are behind the scenes and not on display..think of the back stage as what we do here on the forum; we talk about the customers and are ourselves, we don't have to be nice to the customers anymore and can say what we really think.
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