Symbolic Interaction, May 2014 OUT!

After the highly successful publication of the Goffman Special issue in February Symbolic Interaction has just published the second issue of 2014. It includes articles ranging from Renaissance Faires and Ante-natal screening to the culture wars on evolution and anti-evolution, as well as a number of very interesting book reviews.

The issue also contains an article by Norbert Wiley “Interviewing Herbert Blumer” and a Call for Papers for a Special Issue on Space and Time.

Whilst the Goffman Special issue is accessible for free over te coming months, the access of this and future issues require a subscription. 

The Table of Content of Issue 2, Volume 37, can be downloaded here.


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