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This text raises questions about the dilemma of the authorial voice in sociology texts that presume to present factual, data‐based narratives about other people and their lives. The discussion bears particularly on so‐called qualitative and historical forms of sociological writing although...
The introduction of “replacement” teams for the first time in the NFL provided an opportunity to investigate how controversial social definitions and the meaning of such frames emerge within a modern social world. Seven processes were identified: disrupting social worlds, experiencing social...
This paper formulates an overlooked type of “transverse interaction” between symbol users and the physical environment. Understanding this type leads to recognition of objects constructed as environmental others. Other is a key concept within the interactionist tradition, but emphasis has...
The characters are Laurel, a sociologist, and Ernest, a novelist. They live together, and they have been writing, and talking about writing for years. There is also a discussant who lives in Laurel's study. The drama begins in a neo‐colonial home in the heartland of America, where Laurel—who...
A fundamental area of concern for social scientists is the relationship between attitudes and behavior. In recent years there has been a plethora of work on the attitude‐behavior relationship. This work is examined in light of earlier theoretical and methodological critiques offered by Blumer...
This paper draws on participant observation in a male‐dominated blue‐collar job to understand how the concepts of masculinity and femininity are re‐created through coworker interactions on the shopfloor and the effect of this on women. Men typecast women in these jobs as either feminine or...
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