Category Archives: Cooley

New Book Review out: Michael Dellwing on “Updating Charles Horton Cooley” edited by N. Ruiz-Junco and B. Brossard #sssi #Cooley #sociology

Charles Horton Cooley is one of the key figures within sociology and symbolic interactionism. Yet, despite the importance of Cooley’s work a (re-)appreciation of his work and its relevant to current debate has been long overdue. Natalia Ruiz-Junco and Baptiste … Continue reading

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New on Early View – Natalia Ruiz-Junco’s Proposal for a Sociology of Empathy #sssi #sociology

We have just published Natalia Ruiz-Junco’s article “Advancing the Sociology of Empathy: A Proposal” on Early View of Symbolic Interaction. Natalia who is an expert on Charles Horton Cooley reviews existing interactionist studies of ’empathy’ and then develops a proposal for a sociology … Continue reading

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New book Review on Early View – Hans Bakker on Glenn Jacobs’ biography of C.H. Cooley

“This provocative book should be read by students of Symbolic Interactionism (SI) and by those interested in intellectual history. Glenn Jacobs utilizes the Cooley papers and seems to have read everything Cooley wrote, published (Cooley 1902, 1909), and unpublished. Jacobs has written … Continue reading

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