Recently, Scott Grills and Robert Prus published their book “Management Motifs” that Dawn Norris reviewed for Symbolic Interaction earlier this year. Scott Grills now has published an article in our journal titled “Understanding Everyday Life: Generic Social Processes and the Pursuit of Transcontextuality” that continues the argument made in the book. By drawing on a series of ethnographic research projects , Grills offers a research agenda for engaging GSPs transcontextually. Specifically, he argues for extending the study of GSPs through the examination of management in everyday life, the creation of subcultural value, and the social construction of doubt.
Scott Grill’s article has just been published on Early View of Symbolic Interaction. SSSI Members can download the article by clicking the image below or HERE. To join SSSI and subscribe to Symbolic Interaction from $35 (£30) please click HERE.