Self and Society is a clearly written, up-to-date, and authoritative introduction to the symbolic interactionist perspective in social psychology and in sociology as a whole. Filled with examples, this book has been used not only in the classroom, but also cited in literature as an authoritative source. Self and Society is not a distillation of textbook knowledge, but rather, a thoughtful, well-organized presentation that makes its own contribution to the advancement of symbolic interactionism.
|Publication date:||15th March 2010|
|Author:||John P. Hewitt, David Shulman|
|Publisher:||Pearson an imprint of Pearson Education (US)|
|Categories:||Social, group or collective psychology,|
John P. Hewitt is Professor (Emeritus) of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. He received his PhD in Sociology from Princeton University. David Shulman is an Associate Professor and Department Head of Anthropology and Sociology at Lafayette College. He received his PhD in Sociology from Northwestern University. He is author of From Hire to Liar: The Role of Deception in the Workplace (Cornell University Press, 2007), co-author (with Gary Alan Fine) of Talking Sociology 5th edition (Allyn and Bacon, 2002) and co-editor (with Ira Silver) of Academic Street Smarts: Informal Professionalization of Graduate Students (American Sociological Association 2008). His scholarship addresses the subjects ...More About John P. Hewitt, David Shulman