Sé ed emozioni nell’interazionismo simbolico - Paolo Iagulli - Vita e Pensiero - Articolo Studi di Sociologia Vita e Pensiero

Sé ed emozioni nell’interazionismo simbolico

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Rivista STUDI DI SOCIOLOGIA
Fascicolo STUDI DI SOCIOLOGIA - 2012 - 3
Titolo Sé ed emozioni nell’interazionismo simbolico
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Editore Vita e Pensiero
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Online da 03-2012
Issn 0039-291X (stampa) | 1827-7896 (digitale)
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P. Iagulli, Self and emotions in symbolic interactionism

The idea which inspires this essay is to enquire on the place of emotions within what is probably the most «subjectivist» sociological perspective: symbolic interactionism. I will try to demonstrate that there was substantially no space for emotions in what can be defined «classical» symbolic interactionism, that of George H. Mead and Herbert Blumer: this is surprising, but only to a certain point. Symbolic interactionism began to thematize emotions starting from the generation of scholars that can be defined post-blumerian (Shott, Scheff, Heise). The reason for this «delay» is also cultural: this scientific field was, at least in part, a child of its time, i.e. the expression of an «emotional culture» which began to assert itself in a significant manner, especially in the United States, starting from the second half of the Seventies.

Key words: self, emotions, Mead, Blumer, post-blumerian symbolic interactionism.

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