The Astructural Bias Charge : Myth or Reality?Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on DemandStudies in Symbolic Interaction: Publisher: Bradford, West Yorkshire : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2016Description: 1 online resource (230 p.)ISBN: 9781786350350Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Astructural Bias Charge : Myth or Reality?DDC classification: 302 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Front Cover -- The Astructural Bias Charge: Myth or Reality? -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Acknowledgement -- Series Editor's Introduction -- Notes -- The Intellectual Origins of the Debate over the Astructural Bias -- Introduction -- Intellectual Origins -- Huber, the Emergent Bias Thesis, and Her Critics -- Reynolds and Reynolds and the Charge of Astructural Bias -- Introductions to the Chapters -- Notes -- References -- Ruinous Reification: The Astructural Bias in Symbolic Interactionism -- The Emergence of the Astructural Bias Concept
Evidence in Support of the Astructural Bias Concept -- Updating the Astructural Bias Argument -- The Study of Social Organization and the Astructural Bias at the Turn of the Century -- Rejecting the Astructural Bias Critique: Unorthodox Sociologists, Tight Networks, the Founding of the SSSI, and the Study of Social Organization -- Understanding the Current State of the Astructural Bias -- Evidence of the Astructural Bias in Symbolic Interactionism -- Reclaiming our Unorthodox Structuralism -- Notes -- References
Jane Addams, The Chicago Schools of Sociology, and the Emergence of Symbolic Interaction, 1889-1935 -- Addams and the HHSS -- Introducing Addams and Hull-House -- Introducing the Work and Networks Found at Hull-House -- Addams and Feminist Symbolic Interaction -- Creating Leaders in the HHSS: Community Voices in a Democracy -- Creating Leaders in the HHSS: Feminist Symbolic Interactionists in a Democracy -- The Chicago School of Civics and Philanthropy, 1904-1920: Teaching Feminist Symbolic Interactionism as Sociology and Social Work
The University of Chicago Social Settlement (UCSS), 1894-1920 -- Household Administration -- Institutional Mechanisms Connecting the Hull-House and Chicago Schools of Sociology, 1889-1910 -- Addams, The HHSS, and the Symbolic Interactionsists, 1915-1935 -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Mead's Field Theory and Its Implications for American Minorities -- Mead's Field Theory of the Self -- Desire -- Deliberation -- Deliberation Resources -- The I's Dialogue with the Object -- Meaning as Action -- Other Micro Field Theories -- The American Minorities, Beginning with Women
The Rise of American Blacks -- Gays and Lesbians -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Overcoming Aprocessual Bias in the Study of Inequality: Parsing the Capitalist Interaction Order -- Scaling-Up the Interaction Order: The Game of Capitalism -- Cognitive Presuppositions and Standard Procedural Forms -- The Boundaries of the Game -- Dropping the Scaffolding -- Side Bets, Identity Stakes, and Nets of Accountability -- Side Bets and Identity Stakes -- Nets of Accountability -- The Wage Worker Story -- Raeshawn's Story -- Conclusion: Making Process Visible -- Notes -- References
Symbolic Interaction and Narrative Productions of Meaning in Public Spaces
This collection of outstanding essays addresses the concern of an astructural bias. Contemporary interactionists and their critics, social theorists, and students of sociology who are interested in assessing the ability of SI to fully address the social circumstances and social problems of an increasingly precarious world should read this book.
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