ASA logo
The Self and Social Interaction
Cover Page
Requires Subscription DOC

How to Cite

Roberts, Keith. 2010. “The Self and Social Interaction”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


Micro sociology is concerned with processes of interpersonal interaction, with the emergence of the "self," with group processes, with the ways in which societal structures and norms interface with micro-processes. The self is formed through social processes, yet "selfhood" is at the very core of the human experience and is the central distinction between...

Download this resource to see full details. Download this resource to see full details.


Subject Area(s):
Social Psychology
Resource Type(s):
Class Level(s):
College 300

When using resources from TRAILS, please include a clear and legible citation.

Cover Page
Requires Subscription DOC

Our website uses cookies to improve your browsing experience, to increase the speed and security for the site, to provide analytics about our site and visitors, and for marketing. By proceeding to the site, you are expressing your consent to the use of cookies. To find out more about how we use cookies, see our Privacy Policy .