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In this lesson we discuss about the concepts used in interactionism.

Shalini mishra is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Shalini mishra
A passionate teacher, NET qualified, UGC NET Qualified. 9 years of teaching experience. Love to give my knowledge to all students in need.

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thank you mam for cell cycle course. mam i have one question jisko m solve nhi kr pa ri pls mam us question ko aap explain kare kya mai comment box me aapse wo question puch sakti hu.
Neha Taneja
8 months ago
Yes you can
Pooja Oak
8 months ago
thankyou mam😊 my question is cyclin dependent kinase(cdk) activity increases steadily during G2 phase as a result of options are a)phosphorylation of mitotic cyclins by cdks. b.) activation of mitotic cdk-cyclins through the activity of a phosphotase. c.)phosphorylation of cdks at a point not located inside the catalytic site of the cdk-cyclin complex. d.)transient increase in Cytosolic GTP concentration.
Neha Taneja
8 months ago
Option 2
Pooja Oak
8 months ago
mam please explain this question that why it is option 2 because i can't understand it.please
Neha Taneja
8 months ago
Odd options galat kyu hain ye samjho..
Neha Taneja
8 months ago
Maine cell cycle course mein ek video mein CAK, WEE1 ka concept samjhaya tha.. Ap please ek baar vo video dwkho
Neha Taneja
8 months ago
Agar fir bhi samjh nhi aaye to message me personally
Pooja Oak
8 months ago
okay mam thankyou ☺
Pooja Oak
8 months ago
okay mam thankyou ☺
  1. ABOUT MY SELF NAME Star Educater) : SHALINI MISHRA (Unacademy . QUALIFICATION : UGC NET QUALIFIED OCCUPATION : ASST. PROFESOR


  2. Thinkerl Erving Goffman


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  4. Sociologist Erving Goffman (1922-1982) recasted the theatrical term dramaturgy into a sociological term. He used the term to mean that social life is like a drama or a stage play: Birth ushers us onto the stage of every- day life, and our socialization consists of learning to perform on that stage. The self lies at the ce nter of our performances.


  5. e We have ideas of how we want others to think of us, and we use our roles in evervday life to communicate those ideas. Goffman called these efforts to manage the impressions that others receive of us impression management. ryday life, said Goffman, involves playing our assign roles. We have front stages on which to perform them, in fact, we spend most of our time on front stages, for a front stage is wherever we deliver our lines. We also have baclk stages, places where we can retreat and let our hair down When we close the bathroom or bedroom door for privacy, for example, you are entering a back stage.


  6. e same setting can serve as both a back and a front stage. For example, when we get into our car and look over our hair in the mirror or check our makeup, we are using the car as a back stage. Everyday life brings with it many roles, . The same person may be a student, a teenager, a shopper, a worker, and a date, as well as a daughter or a son. Although a role lays down the basic outline for a performance, it also allows a great deal of flexibility The particular emphasis or interpretation that we give a role, our "style," is known as role performance