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Review of Meyer, Streeck and Jordan (eds.) ‘Intercorporeality: Emergent Socialities in Interaction’ by Donald Everhart (@donaever) #sssi #emca https://doi.org/10.1002/symb.523 cc @sociologylens

Reviewing edited collections can be a tough task as such volumes often contain a large number of engaging individual chapters whilst the relationship between the contributions is not always clear. Donald Everhart has thankfully taken on to review “Intercorporeality: Emergent … Continue reading

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Review of J Wender’s book on Policing and the Politics of Everyday Live

Symbolic Interaction has just published Tim Berard’s review of Jonathan Wender’s book “Policing and the Poetics of Everyday Life”. In his review Berard highlights Wenders’ innovative approach to studying police work and the author’s exploration of the ways in which police (wo)men deal … Continue reading

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