‘Felicity Condition’ is a verbal or bodily gestures or both that makes other people feel that they are not having a conversation with ‘strangers’ but with a person they can trust and rely on. In this situation a person who is different from the ‘virtual social identity’ is not perceived or known by the audience. Symbolic interactionism is a micro-level theory that focuses on the relationships among individuals within a society. However this frame has dominated people’s life so much that whenever a young person forgets to do Namaste to his elders then he is tagged as rude. Symbolic Interactionism Goffman. However if the same bank is in news for default or tax evasion then this very CEO will do his best to hide his work in the bank or show his extreme displeasure in his work(high role distance). This gesture of Mr. Y will help to build a good relationship with Mr. X. By projecting himself as such the office runs efficiently because the staffs fear the boss. In contrast, positivist sociologists believe that the social structure determines human behaviour and therefore study social facts. The actions that a social actor performance which makes the audience guess/assume the social role he her she may play is known as manner. Even in conversations in which he is not required to present himself as a  CEO he somehow finds a way to tell his audience that he is a CEO of a bank(Low role distance). When a boy B while talking with his girlfriend may hide the fact that he  enjoys life when he is in conversation with other beautiful girls. Don't Miss a Chance to Connect With Experts. If we can understand how two paid actors convince us that they are madly in love in Romeoand Juliet, we can understand how flight attendants manage and use their emotions for commercial gain. For example Mr. X wants to project himself as very intelligent by quoting a text from Max Weber’s book but Mr. Y is not letting him speak. In this case, a script is used to control and limit employee autonomy. X is disrupted. Goffman claims that houses are divided along these front stage/backstage lines as well: guests are frequently confined to living and dining rooms and rarely invited to see bedrooms or bathrooms or kitchen. Mrs. A: Hi W, how are you ? The brilliant insight that makes Goffman’s book The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life (1959) so significant is that this process, which he believes lies concealed deepwithin every interaction, is familiar to all of us in the form of the theater. This is because according to the frame the process of Namaste is an action that shows respect. Symbolic Interactionism. The degree of alertness that is required for each authors. It is the sense of self, that the individual wants to project to the world. In such situation a host will act as if he didn’t see it or if he sees it then he will act as if it didn’t matter to him. In this situation a person who is different from the ‘virtual social identity’ is clearly seen by the audience. The difference is hidden. Every individual wants to project to others a type of ‘self’ or identity which is acceptable in the eyes of the other. What a personal actually is defined by Goffman as ‘actual social identity’. Script use in direct sales is in no way limited to controlling employees or providing a convenience in place of more sophisticated kinds of training. Welcome to the Disney Store!’There are to be no variations of this script used . | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service, For Erving Goffman (1922–1982), the metaphor of life as theater is rich in meaning. For example, if we were attending an interview we would dress ‘business’ like and may even carry certain items such as a brief case or a folder. To have a good social relationship the people involved in the interaction must be accessible. This is a very tough situation because in this the mystification of social actors are risked.