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Studies in symbolic interaction. Volume 30 [electronic resource] / edited by Norman K. Denzin.

Edition:
1st ed.
Publication:
Bingley : JAI, 2008.
Series:
Studies in symbolic interaction ; 30.
Studies in symbolic interaction ; 30
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (452 p.)
Subjects:
Symbolic interactionism.
Social interaction.
Interpersonal communication.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
Emphasizes critical approaches to the study of race, identity and self, as well as developments in interactionist theory, ethics and dramaturical studies.
Contents:
Front cover; Studies in Symbolic Interaction; Copyright page; Contents; List of Contributors; Part I: Peter M. Hall lecture series; Chapter 1. Elaborating the discursive contexts of framing: discursive fields and spaces; Delimiting the conception of discursive opportunity structures; Discursive fields; Discursive space; Conclusion; Notes; Acknowledgment; References; Chapter 2. Invited comment: Framing, Actions and Feedback; References; Part II: Honoring Patricia Ticeneto Cloughaposs Contributions to Sociology and Social Theory; Chapter 3. Celebrating work; References
Chapter 4. Saving sociologyNote; References; Chapter 5. Rewriting the subject of knowledge: Contributions from the work of Patricia Ticineto Clough; The end of ethnographyquest You mean, what I am doingquest; Troubling the eyesolI of experience; Technology, the unconscious, and autoaffection; Affect, bodies, and open complexity: Toward revising cultural theory and criticism for the becoming now; Notes; Acknowledgments; References; Part III: Theoretical Interventions
Chapter 6. Producing, consuming, and providing instruction on poetic texts in the classical roman era: the pragmatist contributions of Horace, Longinus, and PlutarchIntroduction; Poetics in the roman era: foundations, emphases, and authors; On human knowing and acting; Horace; Longinus On the Sublime; Plutarch; In perspective; Notes; Acknowledgment; References; Chapter 7. Identities and involutes: some reflections on narrative ethics; Introduction; De Quincey's involute; De Quincey's identity; Addams's involute; Addams's identity; Conclusion; Notes; Acknowledgments; References
Chapter 8. Social symbolism: forms and functions - a pragmatist perspectiveProblems of symbolization; Symbolization and interaction; From cognitive to pragmatic approach to symbolism; Basics of the symbolic construction of society; Notes; References; Chapter 9. Responding to verbal ambiguity: the case of puns; The meaning of the groan response; The problematic deciphering of puns; Do puns disrupt discoursequest; Conclusion; Notes; References; Part IV: Race, Identity, Self; Chapter 10. The specter of whiteness; Introduction; Analytical framework; Data collection
Who, mequest White people and racial identityYes, you: a counter-hegemonic production of whiteness; Conclusion; Notes; Acknowledgments; References; Chapter 11. Dimensions of the postmodern self; The emergence of the postmodern self; The self and the classical sociological tradition; The self in postwar America; Theories of the postmodern self; Dimensions of the postmodern self; References; Chapter 12. Others in the making of selves; An assortment of others; Issues of power: Territorial boundaries, agency, and resistance; Acknowledgements; Notes; References
Chapter 13. Symbolic spaces in dirty work: academic service as authentic resistance
Notes:
"An annual compilation of research."
Includes papers from "Peter M. Hall Lecture series".
Includes bibliographical references.
Contributor:
Denzin, Norman K.
ISBN:
1-280-77081-3
9786613681584
1-84663-931-X
OCLC:
609843555
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