interactionist


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interactionist

(ˌɪntərˈækʃənɪst) philosophy
n
(Philosophy) a supporter of interactionism
adj
(Philosophy) relating to interactionism
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The links of the concatenated chain started with an imposition by Freeman of an 'authority [on Iban studies] in his analyses of Iban religion and social organisation'; to the active exclusion by him of students from engaging in Iban studies; to the establishment by him of a lineage of authority among the students he supervised, principally myself, to maintain this authority; to his students applying his 'interactionist paradigm' to Iban culture; to my application of the paradigm to studies of Iban textiles; and, finally, to my application of this arrogated authority to attack Gavin and her interpretation of Iban textile art.
The approach of previous researchers to the mechanism of unethical behavior has been from three perspectives: bad apple (Trevino & Youngblood, 1990), bad barrel (Welsh & Ordonez, 2014), and interactionist (Brass, Butterfield, & Skaggs, 1998; Trevino, Weaver, & Reynolds, 2006), in which unethical behavior is attributed to personal traits (such as gender, age, education level, work experience, moral philosophy, moral values, Machiavellian doctrine, and locus of control), institutionalization of ethics (environmental factors, such as competitive intensity, work goal setting, and rewards and punishment), or interaction between personal and environmental factors.
This measure would result, for instance, in Helmes-Hayes having an impressive career in the interactionist tradition, producing seminal and partly interview-based studies of Everett Hughes and John Porter, and Helmes-Hayes and Milne making one of the most recent contributions to SI with their interactionist (i.e., interview) analysis of the evolution of SI in Canada.
The distinct levels of importance that are attributed to these elements support the following theories: (i) environmentalist, (ii) innatist and (iii) interactionist, which, throughout time, have been translated into pedagogic practices.
Given that, we aim to deepen the interactionist notion of career from the understanding of a deviant path, supported by a theory and a method appropriated to the cited call for interdisciplinary approaches.
This study is based on a social interactionist approach, which considers that language occurs through social interaction in exchanges between social partners and through mediation processeses (4-6).
The author separates the literature into "individual and agentic theories", "social and structural theories", "interactionist theories" and "situational theories".
From an interactionist point of view, the notion that education transmits the elite values and intents is not all since the education system also is a dialogue between entities that encompass teachers and students, or amongst teachers themselves (Alant 1990).
This paper develops, for the purposes of answering some of the problems associated with interactionist dualism, a strategy suggested in the literature on libertarian free will in which nonphysical mental events exploit physical indeterminism in effecting mind-body action.
Several historical archaeological chapters speak to the need for a broad interactionist framework for the colonial Caribbean.
Crisis intervention strategy for attempted suicide in children and adolescents: interactionist perspective
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