SOCI667 - SOCIAL INTERACTION

The dynamics of interpersonal interaction, especially in face-to-face encounters during limited short periods of time. Topics include: the theory ofinteraction rituals deriving from Durkheim, Goffman and their contemporary followers; conversation analysis; micro-ethnographic studies of non-verbal behavior and embodied interaction; sociology of emotions; symbolic interactionist theory and the social nature of mind, self, and inner dialogue; electronically mediated interaction and its effects on social ties; and the relationship between micro and macro sociology.
Section 301 - SEM
R 0130PM-0430PM
COLLINS, RANDALL
MCNEIL BUILDING 110