While social exchange theory is found in economics and psychology, it was first developed by the sociologist George Homans, who wrote about it in an essay titled "Social Behavior as Exchange." Later, sociologists Peter Blau and Richard Emerson further developed the theory.A simple example of social exchange theory can be seen in the interaction of asking someone out on a date.If the reward for an interaction exceeds the punishment, then the interaction is likely to occur or continue.According to this theory, the formula for predicting the behavior for any individual in any situation is: Behavior (profits) = Rewards of interaction – costs of interaction.The falsification of our history, through efforts exerted by these so called , pure racialists, is a disgrace, to say the least.The notions they have espoused and are advancing show that they have an obvious interest in a neo-Unionist position.Now known colloquially as the "sign of the fish" or the "Jesus fish".The first appearances of the ichthys symbol in Christian art and literature date to the 2nd century AD.
According to this view, our interactions are determined by the rewards or punishments that we expect to receive from others, which we evaluate using a cost-benefit analysis model (whether consciously or subconsciously).
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