Symbolic Interaction Vol 42, No. 2 published #sssi #sociology

Symbolic Interaction Vol. 42 No. 2

 

ARTICLES

Learning from the Religious Experiences of Bi+ Trans People

J. E. . Sumerau, Lain A. B. Mathers & Nik Lampe

Pages: 179-201

 

Displaying Gender: Transgender People’s Strategies in Everyday Life

Ana Cristina Marques

Pages: 202-228

 

Activating Controlling Images in the Racialized Interaction Order: Black Middle‐Class Interactions and the Creativity of Racist Action

 

Ali Meghji

Pages: 229-249

 

Two Faces of Self and Emotion in Symbolic Interactionism: From Process to Structure and Culture—And Back

 

Linda E. Francis & Richard E. Adams

Pages: 250-277

 

Finding God in Grain: Crop Circles, Rationality, and the Construction of Spiritual Experience

 

Marcia J. Ghidina

Pages: 278-300

 

Manipulation in Board Game Interactions: Being a Sporting Player

Emily Hofstetter & Jessica Robles

Pages: 301-320

A video abstract is available at https://youtu.be/IlaE‐w6FUxw

 

BOOK REVIEWS

Sports/Medicine: Partners in Crime?

Gary Alan Fine

Pages: 321-323

 

Shedding Light on Nightmarish Social Problems

David L. Altheide

Pages: 324-328

 

Vanishing Act: The Social Costs of Invisible Labor

Martha Copp

Pages: 329-331

 

Tragedy of a Breakthrough: The Iowa School of Symbolic Interaction in Autobiographical Narratives

Andrea Ploder

Pages: 332-335

 

(Gay) Sex, Lies, and Videotape: This Ain’t Your Standard Ethnography

Christopher T. Conner

Pages: 336-338

 

Midcentury America through the Eyes and Ears of Popular Music

Joseph A. Kotarba

Pages: 339-341

 

Post‐Cognitive Embodied and Artifact Rich Conversational Video Analysis Informed Linguistic Anthropology as Studies of Co‐Operative Action

Neil Jenkings

Pages: 342-345

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