The interactionist approach - psychology

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This is kinda urgent but my teacher didnt finish off the rest of the schizophrenia topic and im really stuck on the last part ( interactionist approach,) i've literally self taught myself this. the thing is, i've checked simply psychology and their notes on this are sooo brief compared to my textbook, so im really confused as to how much information i need and im not sure if i have too much or too little... and its more confusing because I don't even understand it :/

if anyone has any notes on this one topic or can explain it, i would be really greatful?

*according to the aqa spec if you can
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