Applying Buddhist Social Theory to Symbolic Interaction – Early View

Matthew Immergut and Peter Kaufman use the Buddhist distinction of self-other and its implied concept of the self constantly being threatened by social angst as a starting-point to critically reflect on symbolic interactionists’ concept of the self. Immergut and Kaufman’s article “A Sociology of No-Self: Applying Buddhist Social Theory to Symbolic Interaction” has now been published on Early View.

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