There is sustained interest in the history and future of Symbolic Interactionism. About a year ago, we published reviews of books by Hans Joas and Daniel Huebner that discuss and further develop Mead’s work and heritage; “Who’s Mead?” by Gary Alan Fine and a review essay by Peter Mandel Hall titled “Reconstituting the Pasts and Projecting New Futures: The New Legacy of G.H. promoted by Hans Joas and Daniel Huebner”.
Jacqueline Low puts the spotlight on recent developments in Canadian sociology where Richard Helmes-Hayes, Emily Milne and in a different way Neil McLoughlin strive to explain the emergence and possible future of symbolic interactionism in Canada.
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