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New article by Kathy Charmaz ‘Experiencing Stigma and Exclusion’ #sssi #sociology #illness #stigma #neoliberalism

In her latest article in Symbolic Interaction entitled ‘Experiencing Stigma and Exclusion: The Influence of Neoliberal Perspectives, Practices, and Policies on Living with Chronic Illness and Disability’ Kathy Charmaz examines pivotal experiences of chronically ill people and shows how neoliberalism … Continue reading

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New paper: ‘The Haunting of Shame: Autoethnography and the Multivalent Stigma of Being Queer, Muslim, and Single’ by Aliraza Javaid #sssi #sociology #stigma

We have just published a new article by Aliraza Javaid on Early View of Symbolic Interaction. In his article Aliraza examines multiple stigmas and dichotomies to illustrate the human lived experience of a gay Muslim single, who is silenced, invisibilized, … Continue reading

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Symbolic Interaction Vol 42, No. 2 published #sssi #sociology

Symbolic Interaction Vol. 42 No. 2   ARTICLES Learning from the Religious Experiences of Bi+ Trans People J. E. . Sumerau, Lain A. B. Mathers & Nik Lampe Pages: 179-201   Displaying Gender: Transgender People’s Strategies in Everyday Life Ana Cristina … Continue reading

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Review of Gary Alan Fine’s ‘Talking Art’ published #sssi #sociology #art

We have just published Amanda Koontz review of Gary Alan Fine’s book “Talking Art: The Culture of Practice and the Practice of Culture in MFA Education”. Professor Koontz writes that “Talking Art offers interesting insight into the tensions that derive … Continue reading

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Jennifer Millard Boyle’s review of “Bikes and Bloomers” by Kat Jungnickel #sssi #materiality #sociology

We have just published Jennifer Millard Boyle’s review of Kat Jungnickel’s “Bikes and Bloomers. Women Inventors and their Extraordinary Cycle Wear” on Early View of Symbolic Interaction. SSSI Members can download the review by clicking the image below. To join … Continue reading

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J Raclaw’s Review of “Embodying Family Choreography” by Marjorie Goodwin and Asta Cekaite #sssi #emca #sociology

Goodwin and Cekaite’s book “Embodying Family Choreography “is arguably many things at once, though not to its detriment: it is a powerful resource for scholars in childhood studies and the sociology of the family to see how families collaboratively move through … Continue reading

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Couch-Stone Symposium 2019 – Des Moines, Iowa, 16 – 18 May #sssi #conference #CfP

TEACHING & SYMBOLIC INTERACTIONISM Couch-Stone Symposium May 16-18, 2019 Des Moines, Iowa Co-Organizers: Laurie Linhart, Des Moines Area Community College David Schweingruber, Iowa State University How should Symbolic Interactionism be taught in the undergraduate classroom? How can the Symbolic Interactionist … Continue reading

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