Latest Issue of #SSSI Notes Vol.46(1) – 2017

The latest issue of SSSI Notes has been published on our website. Please follow the link below to access the Notes.
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Thanks to Will Force for putting the newsletter together once again and to all those of you who have submitted contributions. 

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New Article: ‘Playing the Interrogation Game’ by Gary David and colleagues #sssi #emca #sociology #policing

We have just published Gary David, Anne Rawls and James Treinum’s article “Playing the Interrogation Game: Rapport, Coercion, and Confessions in Police Interrogations” on Early View of Symbolic Interaction. In the article the authors show how police interrogations are organised in order to elicit a confession from the accused. The article is accompanied by an excellent video abstract that is shown below. SSSI Members can access the article by clicking on the image below.

David et al

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Book Review by Alexander I. Stingl – The Sociology of Speed #sssi #bookreview

The sociology of speed is one of the hot topics in our discipline these days. It’s been discussed in academic journals as well as in the press. Alexander I. Stingl has just reviewed a volume on The Sociology of Speed edited by Judy Wajcman and Nigel Dodd. Members of SSSI can access the review by clicking on the image below.

Stingl

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Books for review #sssi #sociology #economic-sociology

I have received a couple of very interesting books that I would like to have reviewed in Symbolic Interaction. If you are interested in reviewing one of these books please contact me at dirk.vom_lehn@kcl.ac.uk

Money Talks: Explaining How Money Really Works

edited by Nina Bandelj, Frederick F. Wherry, Viviana A. Zelizer

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Imagined Futures

Fictional Expectations and Capitalist Dynamics

9780674088825

 

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New Article on Early View: Janet A. Lorenzen ‘Social Network Challenges to Reducing Consumption’ #sssi #sociology

 

networks

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New Book Review: David Altheide on Couldry/Hepp “The Mediated Construction of Reality” #sssi #sociology #media

Interactionists have always been interested in communication and the media. One of the scholars who have been at the forefront of interactionist research on the media over the past few decades has been David Altheide as his many articles in our journal and his book publications show. David kindly agreed to review a new book “The Mediated Construction of Reality” by Nick Couldry and Andreas Hepp. Members of SSSI can access the review by clicking the image below.

Alheide

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New Article: A.E. McKinzie “Scared to Death: Reflections on Panic and Anxiety in the Field” #sssi #sociology

We have just published Ashley E. McKinzie’s article “Scared to Death: Reflections on Panic and Anxiety in the Field”. In her article McKinzie uses an autoethnographic approach to investigate the experience of panic attacks as result of fieldwork. She aims “to open a discussion about panic and anxiety attacks in the field”. Members can access the article by clicking the image below.

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