Category Archives: Blumer

New Article: “The Spirit of Blumer’s Method as a Guide to Sociological Discovery” #sssi #Blumer #sociology

In this article Michale Schwalbe explores Herbert Blumer’s methodological contribution to interactionism and sociology. Schwalbe argues that Blumer’s essay “The Methodological Position of Symbolic Interactionism” “voices a spirit of research that is ardently empirical, sociological, and creative”. Michael Schwalbe’s article … Continue reading

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CfP – Special Issue – “Celebrating and Interrogating the Blumerian Legacy” #sssi #SymbolicInteraction

Special Issue Call For Papers Jacqueline Low and Gary Bowden (Eds.) Celebrating and Interrogating the Blumerian Legacy   Deadline to Submit Papers: September 30, 2019   As we mark the 50th  Anniversary of the publication of Blumer’s (1969) pivotal work … Continue reading

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Review of Lonnie Athens’ volume “Radical Interactionism on the Rise” by Yves Laberge

Lonnie Athens has recently published a fascinating volume “Radical Interactionism on the Rise“. The book has just been reviewed by Yves Laberge who describes it as “very strong” and “refreshing”, a book “that intelligently actualizes G.H. Mead’s intuitions”.

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