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Emotions, the social bond, and human reality : part/whole analysis

Author: Thomas J Scheff
Publisher: Cambridge [England] ; New York, NY, USA : Cambridge University Press ; Paris : Editions de la Maison des Sciences de l'homme, 1997.
Series: Studies in emotion and social interaction., Second series.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas J Scheff
ISBN: 0521584914 9780521584913 0521585457 9780521585453 2735107361 9782735107360 2735107353 9782735107353
OCLC Number: 36126815
Description: ix, 249 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Part I. Theory and Method: 1. Part/whole morphology: single case and comparative methods --
2. The limits of literary analyses of texts --
Part II. Generating Theory: The Social Bond: 3. Punishment, child development, and the crime --
4. Boy's talk, girl's talk: a theory of social integration --
5. Origins of the First World War: integrating small parts and great wholes --
Part III. Generating Theory: Emotions and Conflict: 6. Gender wars: love and conflict in Much Ado About Nothing --
7. Microanalysis of discourse: the case of Martha Johnson and her therapist --
8. Conflict in family systems --
9. Conclusion: integrating the human sciences.
Series Title: Studies in emotion and social interaction., Second series.
Responsibility: Thomas J. Scheff.
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beautifully written, clear and worldview-changing book

by maiamaia (WorldCat user published 2013-06-07) Excellent Permalink

It's years since i read it but i have to speak for it, it's brilliant, sensitive, beautifully written, i read it when i didn't know what psychology and sociology were (i thought they meant 'freud' and 'training for social workers') and understood all of it. It changed my view of life and society....
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