symbolic interactionist

symbolic interactionist

Dictionary of sociology. 2013.

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  • Rose, Arnold M. — (1918 68) An American sociologist, a somewhat eclectic symbolic interactionist who adopted an intermediate position between the humanistic approach of the Chicago School, and the more positivist stance of Manford Kuhn and his followers at Iowa.… …   Dictionary of sociology

  • Erving Goffman — (June 11, 1922 – November 19, 1982), was a Canadian and American sociologist and writer. The 73rd president of American Sociological Association, Goffman s greatest contribution to social theory is his study of symbolic interaction in the form of …   Wikipedia

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