Just out: Jacqueline Low’s article “Symbolic Interactionism in Canada” #sssi #sociology

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.

SSSI members can download Jacqueline Low’s article by clicking the image below. To join SSSI and subscribe to Symbolic Interaction from $31 (£23) please click HERE. 

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