Category Archives: Early View

New on Early View: Jeffrey Nash’s review of Leslie Irvine’s “My dog always eats first” #sssi #sociology

Happy New Year to you all. We begin 2017 with the publication of Jeffrey Nash’s review of Leslie Irvine book “My Dog Always Eats First” in which the author explores the relationship between homeless people and their dog companions. Members … Continue reading

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Review of A. Waterston’s “My Father’s War” #sssi #sociology

With Alisse Waterston‘s “My Father’s War: Migration, Memory ,and the Violence of a Century” we review another book from the Innovative Ethnographies Series that is edited by Phillip Vannini. The review written by Kaya Hamer-Small highlights the important contribution Waterston’s book makes … Continue reading

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New on Early View: “Collaborative Music-Making with Digital Audio Workstations”

A new article on Early View titled “Collaborative Music-Making with Digital Audio Workstations” has been published this week. The article written by Phillip Booker and Wes Sharrock “examines amateur music-making using a digital audio workstation, showing how audio and software … Continue reading

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New Article on the intersection between G.H. Mead and Cognitive Science #sssi #sociology #neuro

In interactionism, there has been a long-standing interest in the relationship between cognitive processes and the social. This is reflected, for example, in the recent publication of book reviews by Simon Gottschalk on Rose and Abi-Rachette’s “Neuro”, Patrick Watson’s review … Continue reading

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New on Early View: “Seeing (Transitions to) Adulthood” #sssi #sociology

This journal has a long tradition in publishing articles concerned with life-course development, biography and status passages. Jason Torkelson’s article “Seeing (Transitions to) Adulthood in Youth (Sub)cultural Studies Through the Eyes of Former Straightedge Adherents“. In his paper Torkelson reports … Continue reading

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New articles and Book Reviews on Early View of Symbolic Interaction

10 new articles and book reviews are out on Early view of Symbolic Interaction. I’ll try and cover them all here over the next couple of weeks, if I get to it. You can access them on the Early View … Continue reading

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