4 edition of The Sociology of emotions found in the catalog.
The Sociology of emotions
Includes bibliographies and indexes.
|Statement||edited by David D. Franks, E. Doyle McCarthy.|
|Series||Contemporary studies in sociology ;, v. 9|
|Contributions||Franks, David D., McCarthy, E. Doyle.|
|LC Classifications||HM291 .S59223 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 302 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||302|
|LC Control Number||89001783|
Emotion, Social Theory, and Social Structure takes sociology in a new direction. It examines key aspects of social structure by using a fresh understanding of emotions categories. Through that synthesis emerge new perspectives on rationality, class structure, social action, conformity, basic rights, and social by: In this article, the basic sociological approaches to theorizing human emotions are reviewed. In broad strokes, theorizing can be grouped into several schools of thought: evolutionary, symbolic interactionist, symbolic interactionist with psychoanalytic elements, interaction ritual, power and status, stratification, and by:
This book is essential reading for undergraduate and postgraduate students researching sociology of emotions, social psychology, and con-temporary social theory and is also relevant for students and researchers working in the ﬁelds of psychology and cultural studies. Jonathan H. Turner is Distinguished Professor of Sociology at theFile Size: 1MB. The sociology of emotions applies sociological theorems and techniques to the study of human emotions. As sociology emerged, primarily as a reaction to the negative affects of modernity, many normative theories deal in some sense with “emotion” without forming a part of any specific subdiscipline: Marx described capitalism as detrimental to personal “species-being,” Simmel wrote of the.
Sociology of Emotions by D, D Franks Estimated delivery business days Format Hardcover Condition Brand New Details ISBN ISBN Title Sociology of Emotions Author D, D Franks Format Hardcover Year Pages Publisher Elsevier Dimensions in. x in. x in. GE_Item_ID; About Us Grand Eagle. The sociology of emotions applies sociological theorems and techniques to the study of human emotions. Learning Objectives Examine the origins of the sociology of emotions through the work of Marx, Weber, and Simmel, and its development by T. David Kemper, .
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"In The Sociology of Emotions Turner and Stets cover the waterfront of theoretical contributions in the extended area of the sociology of emotions. The format of the text is intuitive and reader-friendly." -Canadian Journal of Sociology Online.
Book by: In this book leading sociologists of emotions present their research agendas for work that promises to shape the study of emotions well into the next decade.
The essays represent the full range of ideas, issues, and directions in the The Sociology of emotions book. From diverse theoretical positions -- symbolic interactionist, social constructionist, feminist, positivist, linguistic, phenomenologist, Marxist, and.
With its clear writing and relevant everyday examples, An Invitation to the Sociology of Emotions is a highly accessible way for students to engage the core concepts from Hochschild’s and others’ work. This concise textbook provides a sociology-of-emotions lens through which students can view the self, interaction, and society in a new by: 7.
These chapters illustrate how the sociology of emotions can provide new research and theory for the large numbers of specialties within sociology. Although no book can completely cover a field, even a relatively new one like the sociology of emotions, this Handbook of the Sociology of Emotions comes close to being comprehensive.
The Sociology of Emotions book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This book reviews the theoretical and empirical work in th /5. All social relations involve emotional responses, from the simplest face-to-face encounter through the mobilization of social movements to the commitments that individuals develop for culture and society.
The social world is thus dependent upon the arousal of emotions, and equally significant conflict and change in societies is ultimately driven by emotional arousal. The sociology of emotions has been applied to various workplace relationships and interactions. Following the study of Hochschild on flight attendants, other scholars that supported the theory such as Robin Leidner and Jennifer Pierce have examined the display of emotions and what influences them in fastfood restaurants, law firms, and many others.
Reviews "This remarkable book, informed by unusually wide-ranging and sophisticated scholarship, is theoretically highly creative. Demertzis makes cultural trauma central to a political sociology of emotions, demonstrates how ressentiment illuminates populism and nationalism, and explains how forgiveness can be a key psychological-cum-moral action for rebuilding the fractured solidarities that.
This book reviews the theoretical and empirical work in the sociology of emotions, with appendices on relevant psychological theories as they intersect with sociological theories.
The theories are grouped into several basic approaches: cultural, dramaturgical, interaction ritual, symbolic interactionist, exchange, structural, and biological.3/5(2). Handbook of the Sociology of Emotion.
Handbook of the Sociology of Emotions; When I was researching to write a book about Charles Darwin and the great nineteenth-century debate about.
Book Description. This volume explores the emotions that are intricately woven into the texture of everyday life and experience. A contribution to the literature on the sociology of emotions, it focuses on the role of emotions as being integral to daily life, broadening our understanding by examining both ‘core’ emotions and those that are often overlooked or omitted from more conventional.
The ASA Section on Sociology of Emotions brings together social and behavioral scientists in order to promote the general development of the study of emotions through the exchange of ideas, theory, research, and teaching. Scholars from a variety of backgrounds are members of this section, and collectively encourage the study of emotions in everyday social life.
Get this from a library. The sociology of emotions. [Jonathan H Turner; Jan E Stets] -- All social relations involve emotional responses, from the simplest face-to-face encounter through the mobilization of social movements to the commitments that individuals develop for culture and.
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Emotions are biological states associated with the nervous system brought on by neurophysiological changes variously associated with thoughts, feelings, behavioural responses, and a degree of pleasure or displeasure. There is currently no scientific consensus on a definition. Emotion is often intertwined with mood, temperament, personality, disposition, creativity and motivation.
Health and the Sociology of Emotions offers an appraisal of the current lively debates which challenge the contribution of the sociology of emotions to health, and of the sociology of health and illness to a sociological understanding of emotions.
This new book covers four main areas: Theory, Methodology, Social Constructionism, and Change. -Select Emotions: love, jealousy, envy, empathy, sympathy, anger, grief, and others-Emotions in Social Life. Although no book can completely cover a field, even a relatively new one like the sociology of emotions, this Handbook of the Sociology of Emotions comes close to being comprehensive.
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Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Handbook of the Sociology of Emotions. Handbook of the Sociology of Emotions Volume II presents all new chapters in the ever developing area of the sociology of emotions.
The volume is divided into two sections: Theoretical Perspectives and Social Arenas of reviews major sociological theories on emotions, which include evolutionary theory, identity theory, affect control theory, social exchange theory, ritual theory. This book reviews the theoretical and empirical work in the sociology of emotions, with appendices on relevant psychological theories as they intersect with sociological theories.
After being grouped into several basic approaches: cultural, dramaturgical, interaction ritual, symbolic Price: $. of Emotions Conclusion 8. Evolutionary Theorizing on Emotions William M. Wentworth's Analysis of "Deep Sociality" Jonathan H.
Turner's Evolutionary Theory Michael Hammond's Affect Maximization Theory Conclusion 9. Prospects for the Sociology of Emotions Conceptual Issues in the Sociology of Emotions The Sociology of Emotions (with Jonathan H.
Turner, Cambridge University Press, ) has been translated into Japanese, Croatian, Polish, and Chinese. Her book, Handbook of the Sociology of Emotions (with Jonathan H. Turner, Springer Press, ), received the Outstanding Recent Contribution Award from the ASA Section on Emotions.Recent work in the sociology of emotions has gone beyond the development of concepts and broad perspectives to elaboration of theory and some empirical research.
More work has been done at the micro-level than the macro-level of analysis. At both analytical levels, emotion most commonly is treated as a dependent variable, although increasingly, its role as an intervening and independent Cited by: