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Extended Deadline: EU SSSI CONFERENCE 2023 – July 5th – 7th, Cardiff University – Symbolic Interactionism for Social Justice: Dialogue and Directions for Social Change #sssi #conference #sociology
The submission deadline is 31 March 2023 Cardiff UniversityJuly 5-7th 2023 EUSSSI23@cardiff.ac.uk Symbolic interactionism has a longstanding history of engaging with issues of social justice and equality. Whether that be from initial attempts to research social issues and division from ‘real … Continue reading
Save the Date: 5th to 7th July, 2023 – “Symbolic Interaction and Social Justice” – EU SSSI Conference in Cardiff #sssi #sociology #interactionism
The EU SSSI Conference 2023 has been planned for July 5th to 7th in Cardiff. Further information, including a Call for Papers will follow shortly.
Dear SSSI Members, Greetings and I hope you are all enjoying the summer break. As a matter ofintroductions, I am Tony Puddephatt, the new president of the Society forthis year. I look forward to doing what I can for the … Continue reading
The latest newsletter, SSSI Notes Vol.50 No. 1, has just been published. To access the newsletter please click HERE or on the image below.
Ellis-Bochner Autoethnography and Personal Narrative Research Award Sponsored by Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction, Affiliate of the National Communication Association CALL FOR AWARD APPLICATIONS The Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction (SSSI), affiliate of the National Communication … Continue reading
New Article: ““I Say I Work at the University”: Norwegian Professors and Passing as Interaction Ritual” by Anders Vassenden and Ingrid Rusnes #SSSI #Sociologylens https://doi.org/10.1002/symb.583￼
Using qualitative interviews, Vassenden and Rusnes examine Norwegian professors’ everyday self-presentation and leave their occupation undisclosed before cautiously negotiating possible disclosure. Using Goffman’s treatise of passing with interaction ritual and facework, the paper suggests that while “(soft) self-protection is one … Continue reading
At the 2021 SSSI Annual Meeting (online) we held a virtual award ceremony to hand over the prestigious awards of the Society. 2021 George Herbert Mead Award Winner: E. Doyle McCarthy 2021 Selection CommitteeChair: Robert DingwallCommittee members: Ruth Horowitz & … Continue reading
2021 ANNUAL MEETING OF THE SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF SYMBOLIC INTERACTION AUGUST 5-8, 2021 “Socialization and Inequalities across the Life Course: New Directions for Interactionist Scholarship.” FINAL PROGRAM Instructions for joining virtual sessions: There are two ways to join … Continue reading
Due to the ongoing pandemic the 2021 SSSI Annual Meeting will be held online from August 5 to August 8. To register, please follow this LINK or click the image below
Preliminary Program THURSDAY, AUGUST 5TH: 10:00-11:30AM EASTERN U.S. Paper Session #1: Socialization and Inequalities Zoom Link: “Cognitive Reasons for Social Inequalities?” Eve Gardien, Rennes University. “How The Legalization Of Marijuana May Effect Educational Attainment and Mass Incarceration,” Lillian Platten, Loyola … Continue reading
The European Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction have their own Facebook Page – https://www.facebook.com/europeansssi
The Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction has just published the latest edition of its news letter SSSI Notes Vol.49 No.1
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/