Category Archives: Stigma

New on Early View: Stigmatized Identities #sssi #sociology #stigma

We have just published Patrick Michael Casey’s article on ‘Stigmatized Identities’ on Early View. In his article Casey examines the complexities of ‘Muslim identity’ in the USA. Members of SSSI can download the article by clicking the image below. To … Continue reading

Posted in #sssi, Analysis, Stigma, Symbolic Interaction | Leave a comment

New Article on Early View – Wagner et al. on Neutralization Techniques by Gamblers #sssi #sociology

Gambling is often conceived as a major social problem as it entails huge cost for individuals and their families as well as for society. Jascha Wagner and colleagues have undertaken a fascinating study exploring the techniques that gamblers use to … Continue reading

Posted in Analysis, Goffman, Journal, Social Problems, Stigma | Leave a comment

New on Early View: Ritter & Ueno – ‘Construction and Management of Stigma Based on a Voluntary-Achieved Status’ #sssi #sociology

To join SSSI and subscribe to Symbolic Interaction from $31 (£23) please click HERE.

Posted in Analysis, Journal, labeling theory, labelling theory, SSSI, Stigma, Symbolic Interaction | Leave a comment

New article on EARLY VIEW: ‘Crisis Rhetoric, Stigma Play’ by Clara S. Lewis #sociology #sssi

Clara S. Lewis has conducted a study of undergraduate students who have selected humanities subjects and the impact of their selection on their status. In her investigations Lewis is concerned with how the students “renegotiate ideologies, practices, and resources in … Continue reading

Posted in #sssi, Analysis, interviews, Journal, Stigma | Leave a comment

Book Review on Early View: Scott Grills – Becoming Professors: The Scholarly Life and the Liberal Arts Campus #sssi #education

According to Scott Grills of “Roads Taken: The Professional Life, Scholarship in Place, and the Public Good” edited by Roger Epp and Bill Spellman is an “eclectic volume [that] captures the personal narratives of scholars whose life and work has … Continue reading

Posted in Book Review, Community, Education, Higher Education, identity, interactionism, Liberal Arts, Scholarship, Stigma | Leave a comment