February 2016 Issue of Symbolic Interaction is OUT! #sssi #sociology

Symbolic Interaction Volume 39, Number 1 – February 2016

CONTENTS

ARTICLES

‘‘I’m the Next American Idol’’: Cooling Out, Accounts, and Perseverance at Reality Talent Show Auditions by Junhow Wei

‘‘I am a cheerleader, but secretly I deal drugs’’ Authenticity through Concealment and Disclosure by Michelle Smirnova

Basic-Level Categories, Mirror Neurons, and Joint-Attention Schemes: Three Points of Intersection between G.H. Mead and Cognitive Science by Ryan McVeigh

Comiendo Bien: The Production of Latinidad through the Performance of Healthy Eating among Latino Immigrant Families in San Francisco by Air´ın D. Mart´ınez

‘‘Tell Something About the Pictures’’: The Content and the Process of Autobiographical Work Among Scrapbookers by Stephanie Medley-Rath

Face and the Dynamics of Its Construction: A Relational and Multilayered Perspective by Greti-Iulia Ivana

A Guide to Training Your Own Horses: The Flaneur Appproach and Erving Goffman’s Uninhibited Research Practices in Sociology by Michael Dellwing

EDITORS’ INVITATION

Goffman and Empirical Research by Philip Manning

 

BOOK REVIEWS

Black Boxes, Social Processes, and the Problem of Relativity: Reasoning, Method, and Getting Research Done by Scott Grills

An Instructive Return to Laboratory Ethnography by Götz Hoeppe

Local Productions of Visual Orders: Describing Science Seeing Mars by Neil Jenkings

On the Pragmatic Conception of Mind by Jirˇı´ Sˇubrt

Stuck in the 60s (and That’s Not a Bad Thing): Revitalizing the Ethno Study of Juvenile Court by Gregory Matoesian

Further Steps toward a Sociology of Attention by Dirk vom Lehn

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