Radical Interactionism and Critiques of Contemporary Culture

Norman K. Denzin (Redaktør)

Serie: Studies in Symbolic Interaction 52

This volume includes contributions from experts such as Gil Musolf, Michael Katovich, Joseph Kotarba, Norbert Wiley, Alina Pop, Marco Marzano, John Pruit, Amanda Pruit, Carol Rambo, Norman Conti, Laura Rosenberg, Krzysztof Konecki, Erick Laming, Christopher J. Les mer
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This volume includes contributions from experts such as Gil Musolf, Michael Katovich, Joseph Kotarba, Norbert Wiley, Alina Pop, Marco Marzano, John Pruit, Amanda Pruit, Carol Rambo, Norman Conti, Laura Rosenberg, Krzysztof Konecki, Erick Laming, Christopher J. Schneider, Stacey Hannem, Robert Perinbanayagam, Veronica Manlow, and Christopher Ferree to provide a robust and interdisciplinary critique of contemporary culture.


For its breadth and depth of research, this volume of Studies in Symbolic Interaction is essential reading for researchers and students across the social sciences interested in current symbolic interactionist thought and contemporary readings of social situations.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Chapter 1. Police Body-Worn Cameras and Axon Enterprises' Claims in Media; Erick Laming and Christopher J. Schneider Chapter 2. Subjectivity Struggles: W. E. B. Du Bois's Contribution to Radical Interactionism; Gil Musolf
Chapter 3. G.H. Mead, Morality, and Sociality: An Interactionist Reading of The Man in the High Castle; Michael Katovich
Chapter 4. The Symbolic Interactionist as Writer; Joseph Kotarba
Chapter 5. Reflexivity in George Herbert Mead; Norbert Wiley
Chapter 6. Discovering the roots of autobiography and autoethnography in the Confessions of Jean-Jacques Rousseau: A Dialogue; Alina Pop and Marco Marzano
Chapter 7. "Suck it up, Buttercup": Status Silencing and the Maintenance of Toxic Masculinity in Academia; John Pruit, Amanda Pruit, and Carol Rambo
Chapter 8. More Like Sons of Conformity: Motorcycle Clubs, Moral Careers and Normalization; Norman Conti
Chapter 9. Becoming a Journalist. The Career of Young Reporters and Interns in two Newsrooms in Argentina; Laura Rosenberg
Chapter 10. Contemplative Grounded Theory: Possibilities and limitations; Krzysztof Konecki
Chapter 11. Risk, Structural Stigma, and the Exercise of Power: Keynote Address to the 2018 Couch-Stone Symposium and IX Annual Meetings of the European Symbolic Interactionists; Stacey Hannem
Chapter 12. Dialogues and Dramas of Conviviality and Confrontation; Robert Perinbanayagam
Chapter 13. Rhetorical Processes in the Sales Relationship in Luxury Retail; Veronica Manlow and Christopher Ferree

Om forfatteren

Norman K. Denzin is Distinguished Emeritus Research Professor of Communications, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. He is the author, coauthor, or coeditor of over 50 books and 200 professional articles and chapters, has founded or led several learned organizations and has founded or served as editor for five scholarly journals.