Review of M.-J. Deegan’s book on Annie Marion MacLean by Raffaele Rauty #sssi #book review

There always has been great interest in the history of Symbolic Interactionism. This is reflected in the reception Mary-Jo Deegan’s books have received over the years. Professor Deegan recently published a volume on “Annie Marion MacLean and the Chicago School Sociology“.

Raffaele Rauty (University of Salerno, Italy) whose review of the book has just been published on Early View of Symbolic Interaction describes Deegan’s book as “a complete, innovative, very detailed, amazing book-length study of Annie Marion MacLean, “a vigorous, and creative exponent of the forceful, founding spirit of Chicago sociologists”.

Rauty review

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