Working the Interactionist Tradition: Contributions, Legacies and Prospects – Conference in Salford (29-31 July) #sssi #eusssi2015

Working the Interactionist Tradition: Contributions, Legacies and Prospects

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29 – 31 July 2015 University of Salford, Manchester

The University of Salford is proud to  host the 6th European  Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction conference (EU-SSSI), “Working the Interactionist Tradition:  Contributions, Legacies and Prospects”, which will be held at  our MediaCityUK Campus from 29 – 31 July 2015.

Building on  previous successful EU-SSSI conferences, most recently at Aalborg (2014) and  Uppsala (2013), the meeting will provide a truly interdisciplinary forum for  those using ethnographic and qualitative approaches to understand the social  and cultural realities of contemporary societies.

Our conference theme draws upon interactionism’s distinguished record and continuing vigour as a way of investigating the  diversity, richness and complexity of contemporary social life.

Who should attend?

  • Academics looking to engage in a lively, stimulating debate with peers and students.
  • Researchers looking to connect with like-minded colleagues.
  • Teachers looking for new ideas and inspiration.
  • Students looking and learn from experts and Postgraduates looking to present and get ideas on their research.
  • Anyone looking to engage with the wider sociological community.
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The Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction (SSSI) is an international professional organization of scholars interested in the study of a wide range of social issues with an emphasis on identity, everyday practice, and language.
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