Blue Ribbon Papers : Interactionism: The Emerging Landscape Hardback
Edited by Norman K. Denzin
Part of the Studies in Symbolic Interaction series
Volume 36 of "Studies in Symbolic Interaction" is solely devoted to the "Blue-Ribbon Papers".
Nine papers are published in which hotly-contested issues are raised that, even if only resolved partially, could permanently change the future direction of interactional thought.
Among the questions addressed are: whether there ever existed a genuine sociological school of thought based on "interactionsim" at the University Chicago, whether Herbert Blumer misinterpreted the major thrust of George Herbert Mead's thought, whether conventional or radical interactionism is the most insightful perspective from which to examine crucial life decisions that are conflict-ridden, whether George Herbert Mead's and George Santayana's perspectives converged with or diverged from one another's and with radical interactionism, whether language develops primarily from the inside out or from the outside in, whether personal economics is mainly responsible for self esteem and the over-all functioning of the self in everyday life, and whether filming constitutes a method of recording data that traditional ethnographers should include in their tool box?
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 250 pages
- Publisher: Emerald Publishing Limited
- Publication Date: 11/05/2011
- Category: Social theory
- ISBN: 9780857247957