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The Sociology of Emotions

David D. Franks

The Sociology of Emotions

Original Essays and Research Papers (Contemporary Studies in Sociology)

by David D. Franks

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Published by Jai Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social, group or collective psychology,
  • Sociology, Social Studies,
  • Emotions,
  • Social aspects,
  • Social psychology,
  • Sociology

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsE. Doyle McCarthy (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages328
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8610328M
    ISBN 101559380527
    ISBN 109781559380522


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Handbook of the Sociology of Emotions Volume II presents all new chapters in the ever developing area of the sociology of emotions.

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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:   UCSB emeritus professor of sociology Thomas Scheff explores the place that emotion holds in cognition.

[8/] [Humanities] [Show ID: ]. The emotions that human beings experience play a fundamental role in all social phenomena. As a result, sociology needs to incorporate the analysis of affective structures and emotional dynamics.

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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.

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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.

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The book is organised so as to show how a sociology for optimists might help us see the world in a slightly different way. The first chapter deals with how society is reproduced and how it changes. The focus is on social institutions like families, education and the media, but also on the importance of friends.

reveal the timidity of sociology vis-a.-vis the methods and findings of psychology and physiology-the two fields that have dominated the study of human emotions for the last half century.2 That is to say, the shared wisdom of sociologists of emotions is that only certain aspects or dimensions.

Her first book, Moving Politics: Emotion and ACT UP’s Fight Against AIDS (University of Chicago Press, ) won the Distinguished Contribution to Scholarship Best Book Award from the American Sociological Association’s Political Sociology Section (), the Ruth Benedict Book Prize from the American Anthropological Association (), and.

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 by: 2.

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/5(7).

Unique in its approach, Invitation to the Sociology of Emotions treats neophytes as its primary audience, giving students a brief, but thorough, introduction to the sociology of emotions. Including research examples, exercises, and lists of further reading, this text explains as clearly as possible some of the most interesting theoretical concepts that animate sociological research on emotions.3/5(1).

rationalization refers to the replacement of traditions, values, and emotions as motivators for behavior in society with rational, calculated ones.

Disenchantment: The iron cage In sociology, the iron cage is a term coined by Max Weber for the increased rationalization inherent in social life, particularly in Western capitalist societies.A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data Emotions in social life: critical themes and contemporary issues/ edited by Gillian Bendelow and Simon ms p.

cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. 1. Emotions—Sociological aspects. 2. Social psychology. 3.A TEXT-BOOK OF SOCIOLOGY [ii] [iii] A TEXT-BOOK OF SOCIOLOGY BY JAMES QUAYLE DEALEY, PH.D.

PROFESSOR OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCE IN BROWN Energy of nature. Mind force. Desire a force. The emotions as forces. 69 III. THE SOUL Meaning of the term. Its function 71 IV. THE WILL Meaning of the term. Optimism File Size: 1MB.