Max Webber

Max Webber, is credited with creating social action theory, which examines the actions of people in the context of the meanings that they assign to them and the relationship these actions have with the actions of others. Furthermore, Weber argued that social action occurs as the result of cooperation and struggle between the individual and the wider society ( As this theory relates to the experiment, my peers based on past interactions with me have been used to me dressing normally as defined by society. When this abnormal dressing was done, the reactions varied from individuals who witnessed the experiment. My future interactions with my peers may be strained based on the last interaction that was made (experiment).