- Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction (SSSI) – New Website #sssi
- New Special Issue: ‘Special Issue:Celebrating and Interrogating the Blumerian Legacy’ #sssi #sociology #Blumer @sociologylens
- Award Announcement: Bryant Keith Alexander, et al. Won 2020 Ellis-Bochner Award #sssi #awards
- ‘Symbolic Interactionism in Poland’ New Issue of Qualitative Sociology Review
- SSSI 2021 Annual Meeting in Chicago, IL – Call for Papers
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The Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction has a new website. Please click HERE or on the image below to visit the site.
New Special Issue: ‘Special Issue:Celebrating and Interrogating the Blumerian Legacy’ #sssi #sociology #Blumer @sociologylens
Table of Contents INTRODUCTION An Embattled Yet Enduring Influence: Introduction to a Special Issue on Blumerian Symbolic Interactionism Jacqueline Low Gary Bowden Pages: 575-596 ARTICLES The Spirit of Blumer’s Method as a Guide to Sociological Discovery Michael Schwalbe Pages: 597-614 Understanding Everyday … Continue reading
Over the past couple of weeks Symbolic Interaction (@sijournal) has published a number of articles, book reviews, and a review essay. The material relates to cognitive sociology, climate change, religion, and others. Head HERE to find out more.
We had our Business Meeting yesterday where the winners of the 2020 Awards were announced. Please see below a list of the award winners. More information will be published in SSSI Notes (and here) later. Congratulations to all the winners! … Continue reading
The Call for Award Nominations is open. Please see the various categories and contacts below. (See awards page) George Herbert Mead Award The George Herbert Mead Award For Lifetime Achievement is given annually to recognize a scholar’s career contributions to … Continue reading
The next issue of SSSI Notes will be available in mid-November. If you have any announcements about books, conferences, grants, awards, related organizations, or other relevant information please send it to me via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Monday, November 11. Please … Continue reading
A member of our society has asked me to distribute a call for papers with regard to a book he is editing. Troubled Persons Industries: The Expansion of Psychiatric Categories beyond Psychiatry Call for abstracts and chapters Martin Harbusch … Continue reading
As Halloween creeps up on us, Joel Best‘s research on Halloween Candy Contamination is discussed in The Washington Post. „THC, cyanide and razor blades: How sketchy urban myths taught parents to fear Halloween candy“ – https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2019/10/23/thc-cyanide-razor-blades-how-sketchy-urban-myths-taught-parents-fear-halloween-candy/
Click Here for the Detailed SSSI 2019 Program For the detailed program (pdf) please click HERE! Program Planning Committee Stacey Hannem, Vice President SSSI, Wilfrid Laurier University (Chair) Thaddeus Muller, Past-Vice President SSSI, Lancaster University Tim Hallett, Vice President elect … Continue reading
Fellow Interactionists: The Couch-Stone Symposium in Des Moines is just two weeks away (May 16-18). Our theme is “Teaching & Symbolic Interactionism.” Highlights will include: • Nancy Berns’ address on “Helping People Grieve: Teaching Theory as a Matter of Life … Continue reading
Associate Professor of Digital Sociology (75%) at the University of St.Gallen, Switzerland. From the job description: the successful candidate will be a “qualitative social researcher with experience in mixed methodology”. The deadline for applications is May 20, 2019. Associate Professor of Digital Sociology … Continue reading
Symbolic Interaction: Volume 42, Issue 1 Thematic Issue: Technology, the Internet, and Social Media #sssi #sociology #openaccess #free
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Symbolic Interaction Vol. 41 No. 2 (2018) ? Articles Cooperative Accounts: Avoiding Conflict and Repairing Social Relations Stephen C. Poulson, Timothy J. Carter & Daniel M. Crowley Pages: 143-164 Catching Babies in Prohibition States:…
Carl Couch Center for Social and Internet Research is proud to announce the recipients of the 2017 President’s Award, the highest honor presented by Carl Couch Center to recognize individuals who have made sustaining contributions to social research. Mark D. … Continue reading
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The Preliminary Program for our 2016 Annual Conference in Seattle, WA has been published on the Society’s website. Follow this link to be taken there.
Report: International Summer School on Grounded Theory and Qualitative Methods Pisa 2016 #sssi #sociology #methods
International Summer School on Grounded Theory and Qualitative Methods University of Pisa – Department of Political Science 6-10 June 2016 It was held in Pisa the first International Summer School on Grounded Theory and Qualitative Methods, under the sponsorship of … Continue reading
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About a year ago, I began editing and writing on this blog. After a year, I find myself surprised that a year has already gone by, and that I am still doing it.…
The VIIth Conference of the European Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction Integrating Interactionist Traditions: Building Theoretical, Methodological, and Disciplinary Bridges in the Study of Everyday Life July 4th-8th, 2016, Topola, Bulgaria The aim of the Conference is to … Continue reading
The Program for the 2016 Couch-Stone Symposium in Nanaimo, British Columbia has been published. Please click here for the Program.