Category Archives: interationism

Review of Alex Preda’s ‘Noise: Living and Trading in Electronic Finance’ by J. C. Jekat #sociology #sssi #economic-sociology

Over the past 40 years, there has been a profound revival of economic sociology. In recent years, interactionist research has shown a growing interest in this sociological field and produced a fascinating body of work including studies of sales and … Continue reading

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New Article: “Generic Processes in the Conditional Acceptance of Sexual and Gender Diversity” #sssi #sociology #gender

We have just published J Sumerau and Colleagues’ article “Oh My God, I Sound Like a Horrible Person”: Generic Processes in the Conditional Acceptance of Sexual and Gender Diversity” in Symbolic Interaction. Members of SSSI can access the article by … Continue reading

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New on Early View: Beth Montemurro on Constructing and Deconstructing Narratives of Racialized Sexual Selves #sssi #sociology #gender

We have just published Beth Montemurro’s article ““The Way That I Look at Things [Is] Different Because It’s Me”: Constructing and Deconstructing Narratives About Racialized Sexual Selves” on Early View of the Journal. In her article Beth examines in-depth interviews … Continue reading

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New on Early View: Mathers – ‘Bathrooms, Boundaries, and Emotional Burdens: Cisgendering Interactions Through the Interpretation of Transgender Experience’ #sssi #sociology

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Symbolic Interaction Vol.40(1) is OUT! #sssi #sociology

The first issue of Symbolic Interaction for 2017 has just been published. Please see the Table of Content below. ARTICLES Parenting, Uncertainty, and Expert Advice: How Privileged American Families Work with Private Counselors in Their Children’s College Race (pages 3–24) Ken … Continue reading

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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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New Issue is Out! – Symbolic Interaction Vol.39(4) #sssi #sociology

Table of Content – Vol.39(4) ARTICLES The Organization of Corrective Demonstrations Using Embodied Action in Sports Coaching Feedback (pages 525–556) Bryn Evans and Edward Reynolds “It’s Only Sport”—The Symbolic Neutralization of “Violence” (pages 557–576) Christopher R. Matthews and Alex Channon An Interactionist … Continue reading

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