Social interaction

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A social interaction or social relation is the way people talk and act with each other[1][2]. It may include interactions in a team, family or bureaucracy. It includes any relationship between two or more individuals. It is a source of socialization and it characterizes all types of social relationships.

According to Gish and N.P, " Social interaction is the reciprocal influence human beings exert on each other through inter stimulation and response."

References[change | change source]

  1. Argyle, M. (2017). Social interaction: process and products. Routledge.
  2. Becker, G. S. (1974). A theory of social interactions. Journal of political economy, 82(6), 1063-1093.