Early View: Review of Steph Lawler’s “Identity” #sssi

With “identity” being one of the key interactionist concepts we and our students welcome textbooks that are concerned with the past and current developments related to identity. Steph Lawler has recently published the second edition of her book on Identity which has now been reviewed by Dimitra Christidou. The review is out on Early View and can be downloaded here:

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