Category Archives: phenomenology

“Talking about Beauty” by Lucia Ruggerone and Neil Jenkings #sssi #sociology #aesthetics

There is a long standing interactionist concern with art and aesthetics. Save for the famous works by Howard Becker, such as “Art Worlds” and his studies of jazz music and musicians there also are a considerable number of articles in our … Continue reading


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Editor’s Choice: John Johnson on Jack Douglas’ #sssi #emca #phenomenology

Many SSSI members and scholars in symbolic interactionism as well as sociologists with an interest in ethnomethodology, phenomenology, existential sociology know Jack Douglas and his contribution. But even those more experienced interactionists might not be aware of the amount and … Continue reading

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