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

Symbolic Interaction Volume 39, Number 1 – February 2016



‘‘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


Goffman and Empirical Research by Philip Manning



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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