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Studies in Symbolic Interaction Vol: 22

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01 Apr 1999
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
282 pages - 156 x 234 x 17mm
Studies in Symbolic Interaction


The essays in this annual series consist of original research and theory within the general sociological perspective known as Symbolic Interactionism. International in scope, this series draws upon the work of interpretive students of cultural studies, ethnographers, phenomenologists, ethnomethodologists, critical, standpoint and feminist theorists, as well as traditional symbolic interactionists. The emphasis is on new thought and research which bridge links to an emergent critical theory of self, language, the media, socialization, interaction, social relationships, and race, class, and gender.
Glocalization (Special Partial Issue). Glocalization and symbolic interactionism (A.E. Raz). Handling ambivalence toward "Western" ways: transnational cultural flaws and men's identity in India (S. Derne). Ethnographic Poetics, Autoethnography, and Self Stories. Madness and I (R.V. Travisano). The terms of my Latino identity: an exploratory auto-ethnic narrative (S. Moreman). Once the professor: fifty-eight ways to leave an institution (R. Quinney). Al-anon stories: transformations in an emotional cultural (G. Zajdow). Gender, culture and violence. Music periods in the rock and post rock eras: the rise of female performers on a provocative stage (M.A. Katovich, M.S. Makowski). Gendering violence (J.F. Gilgun, L. McLeod). New Directions in Theory and Research. The end of personality? (B.N. Meltzer, G.R. Musolf). The technological seam (D.L. Altheide). Michel Foucault and symbolic interactionism: the making of a new theory of interactionism (B. Castellani).

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