Interaction and Identity

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From Information and Behavior to Interaction and Identity
1
PartWhole Discovery Stages of Inquiry
25
Communication
45
Pseudounilaterality SimpleRate Variables and Other Ills to which Interaction Research is Heir
71
Subjective Time Social Interaction and Personal Identity
97
Constructing Discourse Identities in the Openings of Academic Counseling Encounters
119
Constructing Social Identity in the Workplace Interaction in Bibliographic Database Searches
145
Identity Subjectivity and Agency in Conversations about Disease
171
The Constitution of Identity as Gendered in Psychoanalytic Therapy Ideology and Interaction
273
Interpersonal Icons Remembered Images and the Closure of Discourse from a Lacanian Perspective
297
The Reconstruction and Negotiation of Cultural Identities in the Age of Globalization
319
Identity Development From Cultural to Intercultural
347
Identities and the Assimilation Process in the Modern Organization
371
Work andor Caring Exploring the Identification of Womens Activities
393
The Index in Context
411
Contributors
427

Internal Muzak An Examination of Intrapersonal Relationships
197
Constructing Research Narratives and Establishing Scholarly Identities Properties and Propositions
215
Razzing Ritualized Uses of Humor as a Form of Identification among American Indians
237
Ambiguous BodiesBelievable Selves The Case of Herculine Barbin
259
Citation Index
433
Subject Index
447
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29. oldal - ... how many houses or streets does it take before a town begins to be a town?) Our language can be seen as an ancient city: a maze of little streets and squares, of old and new houses, and of houses with additions from various periods; and this surrounded by a multitude of new boroughs with straight regular streets and uniform houses.
36. oldal - ... is the capacity to shift from one perspective to another— from the political to the psychological; from examination of a single family to comparative assessment of the national budgets of the world; from the theological school to the military establishment; from considerations of an oil industry to studies of contemporary poetry. It is the capacity to range from the most impersonal and remote transformations to the most intimate features of the human self— and to see the relations between...
181. oldal - Thus conceived, discourse is not the majestically unfolding manifestation of a thinking, knowing, speaking subject, but, on the contrary, a totality, in which the dispersion of the subject and his discontinuity with himself may be determined.
45. oldal - O dieses ist das Tier, das es nicht giebt. Sie wußtens nicht und habens jeden Falls — sein Wandeln, seine Haltung, seinen Hals, bis in des stillen Blickes Licht - geliebt. Zwar war es nicht. Doch weil sie's liebten, ward ein reines Tier. Sie ließen immer Raum. Und in dem Raume, klar und ausgespart, erhob es leicht sein Haupt und brauchte kaum zu sein.
184. oldal - I mean that the structural properties of social systems are both the medium and the outcome of the practices that constitute those systems.
401. oldal - The actor selects, checks, suspends, regroups, and transforms the meanings in the light of the situation in which he is placed and the direction of his action.
13. oldal - Construction is not opposed to agency; it is the necessary scene of agency, the very terms in which agency is articulated and becomes culturally intelligible.
338. oldal - We may describe as transnational those intellectuals who are at home in the cultures of other peoples as well as their own. They keep track of what is happening in various places. They have special ties to those countries where they have lived, they have friends all over the world, they hop across the sea to discuss something with their colleagues; they fly to visit one another as easily as their counterparts two hundred years ago rode over to the next town to exchange ideas.
36. oldal - For that imagination is the capacity to shift from one perspective to another - from the political to the psychological; from examination of a single family to comparative assessment of the national budgets of the world; from the theological school to the military establishment, from considerations of an oil industry to studies of contemporary poetry. It is the capacity to range from the most impersonal and remote transformations to the most intimate features of the human self- and to see the relations...
175. oldal - Every person lives in a world of social encounters, involving him either in faceto-face or mediated contact with other participants. In each of these contacts, he tends to act out what is sometimes called a line — that is, a pattern of verbal and nonverbal acts by which he expresses his view of the situation and through this his evaluation of the participants, especially himself.

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