Responses must fully address each question. In addition, students must use text/cite text to highlight and support ideas. Each is worth 6 points.
1. For Goffman, what does interaction order represent? (p. 356)
2. According to Goffman, how may criminals use situational norms to their advantage? (p. 356)
3. Identify and briefly describe two of Goffmans five interaction entities (p. 357-359)
4. For Goffman, how do social structures rely on individual interactions to be functional? (p.359-361)
5. Is Goffman more similar to the American middle years social thought or European middle years social thought? Explain your choice.