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The Social Self and Everyday Life : Understanding the World Through Symbolic Interactionism, (electronic book)

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The Social Self and Everyday Life : Understanding the World Through Symbolic Interactionism
Title
The Social Self and Everyday Life
Title remainder
Understanding the World Through Symbolic Interactionism
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Subject
Language
eng
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Charmaz, Kathy
Dewey number
302
LC call number
HM499 .C437 2019
Literary form
non fiction
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dictionaries
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  • Harris, Scott
  • Irvine, Leslie
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  • Symbolic interactionism.
  • Self.
  • Self-Social aspects
Label
The Social Self and Everyday Life : Understanding the World Through Symbolic Interactionism, (electronic book)
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Copyright
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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text
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  • txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Chapter 1 An Invitation to Learn about Self, Situation, and Society -- #ThisIsWhatAnxietyFeelsLike -- Sociology, Psychology, and Social Psychology -- Symbolic Interactionism and Other Perspectives -- Overview of the Book -- Chapter Previews -- Note -- References -- Chapter 2 Looking at Life from the Symbolic Interactionist Perspective -- Symbolic Interactionism as a Theoretical Perspective -- Assumptions about Human Nature and Social Life -- Premises of the Symbolic Interactionist Perspective -- The Development of Self -- Society, Self, and Mind: The Social Psychology of George Herbert Mead -- Charles Horton Cooley's "Looking Glass Self" -- Self, Self{u2010}Concept, and Identity -- Defining the Situation, Naming, and Knowing -- W.I. Thomas and Dorothy Swaine Thomas's Theorem -- Anselm Strauss and Naming and Knowing -- Erving Goffman's Metaphor of the Theater: Dramaturgical Analysis -- Conclusion -- Learning by Using the Symbolic Interactionist Perspective -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 3 Socialization: Becoming Ourselves -- What Is Socialization? -- Sociological Perspectives on Socialization -- Conceptualizing Socialization -- Theoretical Perspectives of Socialization -- Types of Socializing Experiences -- Socialization in Childhood -- Infants and Agency -- Parents and Children -- Peers and Socialization -- Adult Socialization -- Involvements and Evolvements -- Total Institutions and Remaking the Self -- Conclusion -- Learning by Using the Symbolic Interactionist Perspective -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 4 The Social Body: Appearances and Experiences -- Bodily Appearances -- Coping with Bodily Stigma -- Defining Stigma -- Responding to Being Stigmatized -- Interpreting Bodily Experiences -- Conclusion -- Learning by Using the Symbolic Interactionist Perspective
  • Notes -- References -- Chapter 5 Health, Illness, and Disability -- Meanings of Health, Illness, and Disability -- Maintaining Health -- Individual vs. Social Responsibility for Health -- Individual Responsibility for Health -- Gender and Individual Responsibility for Health -- Extending Individual Responsibility through Online Participation -- Social Responsibility for Health -- Individual Responsibility and Neoliberalism -- How Individual Responsibility for Health Complements Neoliberalism -- Moral Failure and Victim{u2010}Blaming -- Experiencing Serious Illness -- The Diagnostic Quest -- Biographical Disruption and Loss of Self -- Living with Illness and Disability -- Medicalization, Biomedicalization, and Risk -- Conclusion -- Learning by Using the Symbolic Interactionist Perspective -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 6 Emotion Norms, Emotion Management, and Emotional Labor -- Emotion Norms -- Emotion Management -- Interpersonal Emotion Management -- Emotional Labor -- Controlling Employees' Emotions -- The Unequal Distribution of Emotional Labor -- Conclusion -- Learning by Using the Symbolic Interactionist Perspective -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 7 All Our Families: Diverse Forms, Diverse Meanings -- The Cultural Relativity of Family -- Three Ways of Answering the Question "What Is Family?" -- Family Discourse as Meaning{u2010}Making -- The Social Shaping of Family Descriptions -- Who Knows Best about Families? -- Conclusion -- Learning by Using the Symbolic Interactionist Perspective -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 8 "Always On/Always On Us": Technology, Interaction, and the Self -- The Cyberbased Generalized Other and the Mediated Looking Glass -- Music as a Technology of the Self -- The Quantified Self -- Conclusion -- Learning by Using the Symbolic Interactionist Perspective -- Notes -- References
  • Chapter 9 Amplifying Social Problems: Claimsmakers and Their Contexts -- Objectivist and Interactionist Approaches to Social Problems -- Amplifying Social Problems -- The Contexts of Claimsmaking -- Conclusion -- Learning by Using the Symbolic Interactionist Perspective -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 10 Individuals and Institutions -- How Institutions Shape Individuals -- Creating "Good Ford Men" -- Responses to Constraint -- The Loss of Institutional Anchors -- "Who am I Now?" -- The Role of Place -- Conclusion -- Learning by Using the Symbolic Interactionist Perspective -- Note -- References -- Chapter 11 Inequality in Interaction -- Studying Inequality -- Reproducing Inequality through Interaction -- Boundary Maintenance -- Othering -- Microaggressions -- Subordinate Adaptation -- Emotion Management -- Resisting and Challenging Inequality -- Conclusion -- Learning by Using the Symbolic Interactionist Perspective -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 12 Conclusion: The Benefits of Studying Symbolic Interaction -- The Value of Studying Symbolic Interactionism -- Social Interaction Is a Ubiquitous (and Enjoyable) Topic -- SI Provides a Useful Vocabulary for Understanding Social Life, Via Its Focus on Generic Social Processes -- SI Can Assist in Self{u2010}Improvement -- Altruism -- Final Thoughts -- References -- Index -- EULA
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purchEBC5572469
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (287 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781118645376
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Reproduction note
Electronic resource.
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
Label
The Social Self and Everyday Life : Understanding the World Through Symbolic Interactionism, (electronic book)
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Chapter 1 An Invitation to Learn about Self, Situation, and Society -- #ThisIsWhatAnxietyFeelsLike -- Sociology, Psychology, and Social Psychology -- Symbolic Interactionism and Other Perspectives -- Overview of the Book -- Chapter Previews -- Note -- References -- Chapter 2 Looking at Life from the Symbolic Interactionist Perspective -- Symbolic Interactionism as a Theoretical Perspective -- Assumptions about Human Nature and Social Life -- Premises of the Symbolic Interactionist Perspective -- The Development of Self -- Society, Self, and Mind: The Social Psychology of George Herbert Mead -- Charles Horton Cooley's "Looking Glass Self" -- Self, Self{u2010}Concept, and Identity -- Defining the Situation, Naming, and Knowing -- W.I. Thomas and Dorothy Swaine Thomas's Theorem -- Anselm Strauss and Naming and Knowing -- Erving Goffman's Metaphor of the Theater: Dramaturgical Analysis -- Conclusion -- Learning by Using the Symbolic Interactionist Perspective -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 3 Socialization: Becoming Ourselves -- What Is Socialization? -- Sociological Perspectives on Socialization -- Conceptualizing Socialization -- Theoretical Perspectives of Socialization -- Types of Socializing Experiences -- Socialization in Childhood -- Infants and Agency -- Parents and Children -- Peers and Socialization -- Adult Socialization -- Involvements and Evolvements -- Total Institutions and Remaking the Self -- Conclusion -- Learning by Using the Symbolic Interactionist Perspective -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 4 The Social Body: Appearances and Experiences -- Bodily Appearances -- Coping with Bodily Stigma -- Defining Stigma -- Responding to Being Stigmatized -- Interpreting Bodily Experiences -- Conclusion -- Learning by Using the Symbolic Interactionist Perspective
  • Notes -- References -- Chapter 5 Health, Illness, and Disability -- Meanings of Health, Illness, and Disability -- Maintaining Health -- Individual vs. Social Responsibility for Health -- Individual Responsibility for Health -- Gender and Individual Responsibility for Health -- Extending Individual Responsibility through Online Participation -- Social Responsibility for Health -- Individual Responsibility and Neoliberalism -- How Individual Responsibility for Health Complements Neoliberalism -- Moral Failure and Victim{u2010}Blaming -- Experiencing Serious Illness -- The Diagnostic Quest -- Biographical Disruption and Loss of Self -- Living with Illness and Disability -- Medicalization, Biomedicalization, and Risk -- Conclusion -- Learning by Using the Symbolic Interactionist Perspective -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 6 Emotion Norms, Emotion Management, and Emotional Labor -- Emotion Norms -- Emotion Management -- Interpersonal Emotion Management -- Emotional Labor -- Controlling Employees' Emotions -- The Unequal Distribution of Emotional Labor -- Conclusion -- Learning by Using the Symbolic Interactionist Perspective -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 7 All Our Families: Diverse Forms, Diverse Meanings -- The Cultural Relativity of Family -- Three Ways of Answering the Question "What Is Family?" -- Family Discourse as Meaning{u2010}Making -- The Social Shaping of Family Descriptions -- Who Knows Best about Families? -- Conclusion -- Learning by Using the Symbolic Interactionist Perspective -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 8 "Always On/Always On Us": Technology, Interaction, and the Self -- The Cyberbased Generalized Other and the Mediated Looking Glass -- Music as a Technology of the Self -- The Quantified Self -- Conclusion -- Learning by Using the Symbolic Interactionist Perspective -- Notes -- References
  • Chapter 9 Amplifying Social Problems: Claimsmakers and Their Contexts -- Objectivist and Interactionist Approaches to Social Problems -- Amplifying Social Problems -- The Contexts of Claimsmaking -- Conclusion -- Learning by Using the Symbolic Interactionist Perspective -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 10 Individuals and Institutions -- How Institutions Shape Individuals -- Creating "Good Ford Men" -- Responses to Constraint -- The Loss of Institutional Anchors -- "Who am I Now?" -- The Role of Place -- Conclusion -- Learning by Using the Symbolic Interactionist Perspective -- Note -- References -- Chapter 11 Inequality in Interaction -- Studying Inequality -- Reproducing Inequality through Interaction -- Boundary Maintenance -- Othering -- Microaggressions -- Subordinate Adaptation -- Emotion Management -- Resisting and Challenging Inequality -- Conclusion -- Learning by Using the Symbolic Interactionist Perspective -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 12 Conclusion: The Benefits of Studying Symbolic Interaction -- The Value of Studying Symbolic Interactionism -- Social Interaction Is a Ubiquitous (and Enjoyable) Topic -- SI Provides a Useful Vocabulary for Understanding Social Life, Via Its Focus on Generic Social Processes -- SI Can Assist in Self{u2010}Improvement -- Altruism -- Final Thoughts -- References -- Index -- EULA
Control code
purchEBC5572469
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (287 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781118645376
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Reproduction note
Electronic resource.
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote

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