The process of symbolic interactionism has been highly acknowledged in sociology stream as it has the tendency to offer wider theoretical base. According to the theory, the self involves social orientation and also involves a relationship with conspicuousness of a subject. The symbolic interactionist considers the key nature of society in a form of a system that involves interpersonal interaction and communication. It also considers the subject of society as a key nature of the self (individual). This assists in incorporating the consideration of dynamics of communication, instead of creating a focus on the participants of communication not combining with others with whom the interaction is taking place (Denzin, 1992). Thus, the position that can be pointed out by this is that underlying relationships of structure per ions and the social roles are significant sources of important variation in the individual. However, this position is made significant if these are accompanies with each other.
The perspective of symbolic interaction, also known as symbolic interactionism, is a key framework in theory of sociology. The reliability of this perspective is on the symbolic reference that in the process of interacting socially, people are able to develop and increase the degree of reliability (Helle, 2005). The origins of symbolic interactionism can be traced back to the assertion of Max Weber according to which individuals act as per their way to interpret meaning of their own world. This perspective had been introduced to the sociology of America by George Herbert Mead, an American philosopher in the years of 1920s.