New Special Issue: ‘Special Issue:Celebrating and Interrogating the Blumerian Legacy’ #sssi #sociology #Blumer @sociologylens

Special Issue – Vol. 43 No. 4

Table of Contents


An Embattled Yet Enduring Influence: Introduction to a Special Issue on Blumerian Symbolic Interactionism


The Spirit of Blumer’s Method as a Guide to Sociological Discovery


Understanding Everyday Life: Generic Social Processes and the Pursuit of Transcontextuality


Open Access

Digitalization as “an Agent of Social Change” in a Supermarket Chain: Applying Blumer’s Theory of Industrialization in Contemporary Society


Character Problems as Collective Behavior


Cognition in Situations


A Blumerian Approach to Storytelling



Leave Half the Honey: Two Books about Our Debt to Insects



Reflections on Interactionist Institutional Orders


Beyond the Looking Glass, into the Web


Exploring the Work of Stories Is Critical to Understanding a Complex World


On Nothing as Something: Mourning, Grief, Loss, Lack, and Cultural Values


Teaching Symbolic Interactionism


The Contradictions of Community Courts


The Practice of Misrepresentation: On Hammersley’s Straw Man Criticism of Ethnomethodology

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