Symbolic Interactionism of Bernard N. Meltzer, 2008

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Title
Symbolic Interactionism of Bernard N. Meltzer
Date
2008
Material Type
Journal Article
Creator/Author
Musolf, Gil Richard, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work
Publisher
Michigan Sociological Association
Copyright
Copyright 2008 by Michigan Sociological Association. This material is copyrighted, and any further reproduction or distribution is prohibited.
Subject
Interactionism; Self; Mind; Society; Emergence; Meltzer, Bernard N.; Symbolic interactionism; Social psychology; Central Michigan University. Dept. of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work;
Description
A sociology of knowledge approach informs this essay. I shall begin with the social context of the University of Chicago, the leading department of sociology in the world at the time Bernie attended, and the department from which symbolic interactionism developed. After Bernie’s departure from Chicago, I inform the reader on his conversion to the theory and method of SI. I shall next analyze Bernie’s major works on SI, concentrating on ones that, in my judgment, are the most significant. I also shall look at Bernie’s role in building Central Michigan University’s Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work into a nationally recognized department of interactionism. I shall conclude with some personal observations on Bernie’s everyday life. An appendix shall include Bernie’s publications in SI.
Source
Musolf, Gil R. "The Symbolic Interactionism of Bernard N. Meltzer" in Michigan Sociological Review. (Fall 2008) Vol. 22. Pgs. 112-141.
Language
English
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