Symbolic Interaction, The Looking Glass Self and Aberrant Social Behavior in School Aged Children


Symbolic Interaction, The Looking Glass Self and Aberrant Social Behavior in School Aged Children


Steven Gerardi, Ph. D

Professor Emeritus for Sociology (CUNY)


This effort suggests that aberrant social behavior found in school-age seen as a Symbolic Interaction issue.


Keywords: Symbolic Interaction, Looking Glass Self and Aberrant Social Behavior; School Aged Children

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How to cite this article:
Steven Gerardi.Symbolic Interaction, The Looking Glass Self and Aberrant Social Behavior in School Aged Children. International Journal of Social Research, 2021; 5:57. DOI: 10.28933/ijsr-2021-09-0705


References:

1. Gerardi, S.,2010, A Brief Survey of the Sociological Imagination, Kendall/Hunt
2. Paul E Alexander MSc PhD, “Masking Children” Dr. Parvez Dara, MD, Tragic, Unscientific, and Damaging, March 10, 2021, Howard C. Tenenbaum DDS, Dip. Perioum DDS, Dip. Perio., PhD, FRCD(C)


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