New book reviews on Early View of #SymbolicInteraction #sssi #sociology

Over the past few days four new book reviews have been published on Early view of Symbolic Interaction.

Marcus Aldrege reviews James M. Thomas’ ‘Working to Laugh’l, an ethnography of stand-up comedy performances.

Jiří Šubrt gives us insight in current discussion on pragmatism and interactionism in Europe and in particular the Czech Republic by reviewing Roman Madzia’s book on George Herbert Mead.

Gregory Matoesian takes a look at Max  Traver’s most recent study of the juvenile justice system.

And as mentioned at an earlier occasion Götz Hoeppe reviews Philippe Sormani’s ‘Respecifying Lab Ethnography’.

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