At its essence, social interaction is defined as the manner in which people talk to and interact with one another. Social interaction is dependent upon the societal structure in which the communications occur.Know More
Examples of societal structures in which social interaction occurs include everything from family units to churches to governmental agencies to educational institutions. In addition, a societal structure in which social interaction occurs need not be something that exists for an extended period of time. As noted, a social structure can include a long-standing organization like a church, but it can also include a group of friends out for a night on the town.