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New on Early View: Review of Bandelj, Wherry & Zelizer – ‘Money Talks’ #sssi #sociology #economicsociology

In his review Arne Dressler described Bandelj, Wherry and Zelizer’s edited volume as “an ambitious intervention into the study of money from the social sciences’ perspective”. SSSI members can download the review by clicking the image below. To join SSSI and … Continue reading

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Symbolic Interaction Table of Content Vol.40(4) #sssi #sociology

 November 2017 Volume 40, Issue 4 ARTICLES “If I Can Offer You Some Advice”: Rapport and Data Collection in Interviews Between Adults of Different Ages (pages 463–482) Jessica Vasquez-Tokos Version of Record online: 4 MAY 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/symb.305 Video Abstract … Continue reading

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New Book Review on Early View – Christopher T. Conner on J. Sumerau’s social fiction ‘Cigarettes & Wine’ #sssi #sociology

We have just published Christopher T. Conner’s review of J. Sumerau’s ‘Cigarettes & Wine’. J. who also is the editor of the SSSI music Blog has published ‘Cigarettes & Wine’ as a piece of social fiction that “blurs the lines between … Continue reading

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New Book Review out: R. Wade Kenny on R. Perinbanayagam’s ‘The Rhetoric of Emotions’ #sssi #sociology #emotion

Emotions have been of central concern to discussion in Symbolic Interaction for decades. With his most recent book “The Rhetoric of Emotions” Robert Perinbanayagam has continued interactionist research in this area. Robert Wade Kenny has produced a fascinating review of … Continue reading

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New on Early View – Book review – vom Lehn – ‘Reengaging the Active Audience’ #sssi #sociology #media

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Invited Review by Peter Hall on recent publications on Mead

Peter M. Hall has written an excellent Review of a number of books that are concerned with and by George Herbert Mead. The books include the new “The Definite Edition of ‘Mind, Self and Society’” edited by Daniel R. Huebner … Continue reading

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Looking for Reviewers books on Migration #sssi #symbolicinteraction #sociology

I have 2 books related to the topic of migration. I look for one or two scholars with expertise in the area who will review the book for Symbolic Interaction. Please get in touch with me at dirk.vom_lehn@kcl.ac.uk

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Review of Dagmar Danko’s “Zur Aktualität von Howard S. Becker: Einführung in sein Werk” by Andrea Ploder #sssi #sociology

From time to time Symbolic Interaction has books reviewed that have been published i languages other than English. Recently, Dagmar Danko, a sociologist from the University of Freiburg in Germany, published a book to the contemporary relevance of Howard S. Becker. … Continue reading

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The Extension of the Coloniality of Power into Digital Culture by Lisa-Jo K. van den Scott #sssi #sociology #bookreview

A new book review has been published in Symbolic Interaction. Lisa-Jo K. van den Scott discusses Alexander Stingl’s “The Digital Coloniality of Power: Epistemic Disobedience in the Social Sciences and the Legitimacy of the Digital Age“.  The book contributes to … Continue reading

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Books for Review #symbolicinteraction #sssi #sociology #emca

I have a few books left to send out for review. Please get in touch with me if you would like to review either of these books or have another book that you would like to review for Symbolic Interaction. dirk.vom_lehn@kcl.ac.uk

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Books for Review

I have received a number of books for review. Please see a small selection below. If you are interested in reviewing a book please contact me at dirk.vom_lehn@kcl.ac.uk Laurel Richardson’s and Julie White’s books could be reviewed in one review. … Continue reading

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New book reviews on Early View of #SymbolicInteraction #sssi #sociology

Over the past few days four new book reviews have been published on Early view of Symbolic Interaction. Marcus Aldrege reviews James M. Thomas’ ‘Working to Laugh’l, an ethnography of stand-up comedy performances. Jiří Šubrt gives us insight in current … Continue reading

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Ethics and Ethnography (Book reviews) – Symbolic Interaction #sssi #sociology #ethnography

In light of the debate about Alice Goffman’s book there is currently a lot of discussion around ethics and ethnography. Over the past year or so Symbolic Interaction has published a few very relevant reviews of books discussing the opportunities … Continue reading

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New Books for Review! First come, first served! #sssi

I have received a number of books that I’d like to have reviewed over the coming few months. If you are interested please contact me at dirk.vom_lehn@kcl.ac.uk  both assigned   assigned   assigned  assigned   assigned    assigned   assigned  assigned       assigned If … Continue reading

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Symbolic Interaction Vol.37(4) is out! #sssi

The latest issue of Symbolic Interaction has just been published. The issue has it all: crime, blood, sex, and much more. For the Table of Content please go here.

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