New Issue is Out! – Symbolic Interaction Vol.39(4) #sssi #sociology

Table of Content – Vol.39(4)


The Organization of Corrective Demonstrations Using Embodied Action in Sports Coaching Feedback (pages 525–556) Bryn Evans and Edward Reynolds

“It’s Only Sport”—The Symbolic Neutralization of “Violence” (pages 557–576) Christopher R. Matthews and Alex Channon

An Interactionist Approach to the Social Construction of Deities (pages 577–594)         J.E. Sumerau, Alexandra C.H. Nowakowski and Ryan T. Cragun

Interpreting Productivity: Symbolic Negotiation of Gendered Faculty Career Trajectories in the United States (pages 595–614) Christina R. Steidl and Claire E. Sterk



Institutionalizing Public Scholarship: Lessons from Feminism and Symbolic Interactionism (pages 615–633) Jennifer M. Kilty and Charissa Crépault

Doing It in Public: Dilemmas of Images, Voice, and Constructing Publics in Public Sociology on Sex Work (pages 634–653) Stacey Hannem and Alex Tigchelaar


In Celebration of Virginia Olesen’s Uncanny Sociological Eye (pages 654–672) Adele E. Clarke and Sheryl Burt Ruzek


Being an Off-Gridder (pages 673–675) Alan Chamberlain

A Journey of a Century: Then and Now (pages 676–678) Kaya Hamer-Small

Radical Interaction, Symbolic Interaction, and the Problem of Conflict (pages 679–681) Scott Grills

Young Homeless People and Urban Space: Fixed in Mobility (pages 682–684) Waverly Duck

How to Do Sociological, Nursing and Health Care Research: Further Proof that Qualitative Research is the Road to Follow (pages 685–688) Russell Kelly


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