Elaborating the discursive contexts of framing: discursive fields and spaces.
Invited comment: Framing, Actions and Feedback.
Rewriting the subject of knowledge: Contributions from the work of Patricia Ticineto Clough.
Producing, consuming, and providing instruction on poetic texts in the classical roman era: the pragmatist contributions of Horace, Longinus, and Plutarch.
Identities and involutes: some reflections on narrative ethics.
Social symbolism: forms and functions – a pragmatist perspective.
Responding to verbal ambiguity: the case of puns.
The specter of whiteness.
Dimensions of the postmodern self.
Others in the making of selves.
Symbolic spaces in dirty work: academic service as authentic resistance.
Using myth to break oppression: an interactive investigation of Ecuador's Mestizo cultural identity.
From Cosby's lips and through the media's filters: A framing analysis of Bill Cosby's remarks on the 50th anniversary of Brown v. Board of education and the journalistic response.
Reconstructing relationships in the classroom: an autoethnographic tale of learning.
My short and happy life as a decorated war hero.
The home run: A Dramaturgical moment in time.
Scorekeeping versus storytelling: Representational practices in the construction of “hate crime”.
The use of critical life history inquiry as a methodology for studying the identity construction of activist educators.
Community in a mobile subculture: the world of the touring motorcyclist.
List of Contributors.
Studies in symbolic interaction.
Studies in symbolic interactionVolume 30.