A role (from the French rôle, and sometimes so spelt in English) or social role is a set of connected behaviours, rights and obligations as conceptualised by actors in a social situation. It is an expected or free or continuously changing behaviour and may have a given individual social status or social position. It is vital to both functionalist and interactionist understandings of society. Social role posits the following about social behaviour:
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... The Squadron took the role from 707 NAS which was responsible for the training of aircrew and maintainers in the Commando role ...
... The proteasome plays a straightforward but critical role in the function of the adaptive immune system ... particle, whose main known biological role is regulating the production of MHC ligands, and specialized β subunits called β1i, β2i, and β5i with altered substrate specificity ... Due to its role in generating the activated form of NF-κB, an anti-apoptotic and pro-inflammatory regulator of cytokine expression, proteasomal activity has ...
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... The primary role of the squadron is in supporting Royal Marine Commando troops in amphibious assaults ...
More definitions of "role":
- (noun): An actor's portrayal of someone in a play.
Synonyms: character, theatrical role, part, persona
- (noun): Normal or customary activity of a person in a particular social setting.
Example: "What is your role on the team?"
Famous quotes containing the word role:
“In todays world parents find themselves at the mercy of a society which imposes pressures and priorities that allow neither time nor place for meaningful activities and relations between children and adults, which downgrade the role of parents and the functions of parenthood, and which prevent the parent from doing things he wants to do as a guide, friend, and companion to his children.”
—Urie Bronfenbrenner (b. 1917)
“Our role is to support anything positive in black life and destroy anything negative that touches it. You have no other reason for being. I dont understand art for arts sake. Art is the guts of the people.”
—Elma Lewis (b. 1921)
“A famous theatrical actress
Played best in the role of malefactress.
Yet her home-life was pure
Except, to be sure,
A scandal or two just for practice.”