Rules of social interaction : As we know, in public spaces we see the struggle to connect and to learn from other through socialization and everyday social interaction. So, one example, might be how we see women and men in public spaces. In the textbook, it shares the example of women and men on a walk way, women are more likely to be "catcalled". But, this goes beyond gender, in how we see the interactions in regards to race. Goffman asks, "What types of behavioral cures and signs make up the vocabulary of public interaction?" So, sharing your thoughts, do you think that the advent of the internet and our technological changes have better helped us to connect and interact with each other or that we are seeing more and more struggles to interact with each other? Are these changes causing more social trouble, and social problems? Please use simple language.