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One shocking example of how this theoretical concept plays out within the social construct of race is manifested in the fact that many people, regardless of race, believe that lighter skinned blacks and Latinos are smarter than their darker skinned counterparts.This phenomenon occurs because of the racist stereotype--the meaning--that has been encoded in skin color--the symbol--over centuries. Dunn, Intimate Stalking: Characteristics and Consequences 17. Louanne Lawson, How Child Molesters Explain Their Deviance Part Six: Self-Destructive Deviance 19.. Adler and Peter Adler, Self-Injurers: A “Lonely Crowd” 21. Deborah Thorne and Leon Anderson, Managing the Stigma of Personal Bankruptcy 24. Margaret Cooper, What Is It Like to Be a Rural Lesbian? Ronald Weitzer, Flawed Theory and Method in Studies of Prostitution 29. Thus, society is thought to be socially constructed through human interpretation.
Critics of this theory claim that symbolic interactionism neglects the macro level of social interpretation—the “big picture.” In other words, symbolic interactionists may miss the larger issues of society by focusing too closely on the “trees” rather than the “forest”. Wolfe, and Kara Lewis, Binge Drinking on College Campus *32. Andrea Orr, Online Dating: “I’m Dysfunctional, You’re Dysfunctional” 37. Pruitt, Online Boys: Male-for-Male Internet Escorts *38. Patchin, Cyberbullying: Offenders and Victims Part Eleven: Privileged Deviance 39. Coffey, and Dick Hobbs, Criminal Telemarketing: A Profession on the Line 40. Kalich, The Neutralization of Professional Deviance among Veterinarians 41. Richard Tewksbury and Matthew Lees, What It's Like to be Known as a Sex Offender *48. Peter Conrad and Deborah Potter, The Emergence of Hyperactive Adults as Abnormal Part Seven: Victims of Stigma 23. Taylor, “You’re Not a Retard, You’re Just Wise” Part Eight: Heterosexual Deviance 27. Wonders and Raymond Michalowski, The Globalization of Sex Tourism 28. Dunn, “Everyone Knows Who the Sluts Are”: How Young Women Get around the Stigma Part Nine: Substance Use and Abuse 31.