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Self and society : a symbolic interactionist social psychology

Author: John P Hewitt
Publisher: Boston : Allyn and Bacon, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 10th edView all editions and formats

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John P Hewitt
ISBN: 0205459617 9780205459612
OCLC Number: 65521646
Description: ix, 254 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Every chapter ends with Keywords and Endnotes Preface 1 Social Psychology and Symbolic Interactionism What is Social Psychology? What is Symbolic Interactionism? Other Theoretical Approaches Learning Theory Psychoanalytic Theory Exchange Theory Phenomenology and Ethnomethodology Social Cognition Social Constructionism Postmodernism Major Tenets of Symbolic Interactionism 2 Basic Concepts of Symbolic Interactionism Symbols The Nature of Symbols The Consequences of Symbols Objects What is an Object? Objects and Language Acts and Social Acts Phases of the Act Self and the Control of Behavior Self as Object Self as Process Roles and the Definition of Situations Situations Role Role Making and Role Taking Role Taking as a Generalized Skill The Place of Emotions 3 The Self and Its Social Setting The Acquisition of Self Language and the Self Learning the Social World Learning the Culture Stages of Socialization The Everyday Experience of Self Identity: The Self as a Social Object How Situated Identities are Produced The Experience of Situated Identity Social and Personal Identity Social Identity Personal Identity Self-Image: Knowing the Self Self-Esteem The Self, Motive, and Motivation Identity and Motivation Self-Esteem and Motivation The Self and the Social Order Limitations on the Choice of Roles Limitations on the Choice of Others Limitations on the Choice of Stories The Self in Contemporary Society 4 Social Interaction and the Formation of Conduct The Definition of the Situation Routine and Problematic Situations Role Making and Role Taking in Routine Situations The Cognitive Bases of Role Making and Role Taking Typification Probability Causality Means and Ends Normative Standards Substantive Congruency Aligning Actions Motive Talk Disclaimers Accounts Other Aligning Actions Emotions and Social Interaction Constraint and Social Interaction Altercasting Power Awareness Contexts Conventional and Interpersonal Roles 5 Social Psychology and Social Order Social Order as a Constructed Reality Talking Explaining Disorder Social Problems Social Order as Coordinated Activity Creating Social Bonds Solving Problems Negotiating Order Establishing Horizontal and Vertical Linkages Making Careers Forming Boundaries Creating and Joining Social Movements 6 Deviance and the Social Order An Interactionist Conception of Deviance Why Deviance Exists Mental Illness Moral Enterprise The Causes of Deviance Deviance and Identity 7 The Value of Symbolic Interactionism The Significance of Symbols The Uses of Knowledge Index
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