New Article: “The Unlived Life Is Worth Examining: Nothings and Nobodies behind the Scenes” by Susie Scott #sssi #sociology

Over the past few years Susie Scott (University of Sussex, UK) has undertaken an impressive work on “nothings”. Her work has led to the publication of a book on “The Sociology of Nothing” and various articles. Her latest article drawn from this programme of research entitled “The Unlived Life Is Worth Examining: Nothings and Nobodies behind the Scenes” has just been published on Early View of Symbolic Interaction.

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