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How do sociologists define a symbol?




This question is part of Sociology Chapter Two Quiz
Asked by Kylaellen, Last updated: May 19, 2020

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HARRISON KWABENA AGYARKWAH

HARRISON KWABENA AGYARKWAH

Answered Oct 20, 2017

It is the way society uses symbols in communications, it is in involved language and its meaning

 

OngezwaSilosini

OngezwaSilosini

Answered Jun 09, 2017

The way of communicating non verbally, focus is on face-to-face interaction on the peoples everyday lives.
 

Answered Apr 17, 2017

A symbol is a process of social communication. people interpret, define each other's actions through symbols. symbols is concerned with language and meaning. it focuses in how people interact in their everyday lives. it focuses on face-to-face interaction
 

John Adney

John Adney

Answered Mar 10, 2017

Symbolic according to sociologists can be called a non-material culture for example Language
 

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