Social interactionism is composed of three explicit components that are often deemed as the premises within which social interactionism is based upon. They include human beings act towards things based on the meanings the things have, the meanings seen in these things is derived from social interactions and a life lived in a given group. These meanings are handled in and modified through an interpretive process by the people involved in social interaction. In this sense, social interaction between people takes place within a group life or a social setting that is governed by a set of rules for the interaction to be effective enough. Notably, the key focus of the three components is to have a meaning in the things that are at the disposal of the people.