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'We must put ourselves in the position of the subject who tries to find his way in this world, and we must remember, first of all, that the environment by which he is influenced and to which he adapts himself is his world, not the objective world of science.'

W.I. Thomas
and
F. Znaniecki

Qualitative Sociology Review
2019
Volume XV Issue 2





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Contents


Editorial:

Introduction to the Special Issue Expanding Social Interactionist Horizons: Bridging Disciplines and Approaches
Andrew Blasko, Vessela Misheva

Articles:

The Meso-World: Tiny Publics and Political Action
Gary Alan Fine
Identities and Everyday Interethnic Relationships
Yolanda Zografova
The Everyday Life Intersection of Translational Science and Music
Joseph A. Kotarba
The Rising Salience of the Absent: An Interactionist Analysis
Sam Hillyard
The Story of the Nearest Relative: Shifts in Footing in Dramaturgical Replayings
Lisa Morriss, Greg Smith
Imagined Engagements: Interpreting the Musical Relationship with the Canadian North
Jeffrey van den Scott, Lisa-Jo K. van den Scott
Between Individual and Collective Actions: The Introduction of Innovations in the Social World of Climbing
Anna Kacperczyk
Self-Enhancement and Helping Behavior: Motivations of Volunteers in Registration and Reception Centers for Refugees in Bulgaria
Ilina Nacheva
Cannabis, Moral Entrepreneurship, and Stigma: Conflicting Narratives on the 26 May 2016 Toronto Police Raid on Cannabis Shops
Thaddeus Müller
Symbolic Interactionism and the Perceived Style of Parenting
Zornitsa Totkova
The Perception of Security Threats in Lithuania: A Human Security Perspective
Diana Janušauskienė
An Essay on Self-Enslavement: The Pathology of Power and Control
Andrew Blasko
Jane Addams and the Lost Paradigm of Sociology
Vessela Misheva


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