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Susen, S. (2016)
Publisher: Emerald
Languages: English
Types: Part of book or chapter of book
Subjects: HM
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    • 1. Goffman (1971 [1959]).
    • 2. See, for example: Baert (1998, pp. 75-82); Branaman (2001); Burns (1992); Ditton (1980); Drew and Wootton (1988); Fine and Smith (2000); Giddens (1988); Jacobsen (2010, 2015); Manning (1991, 1992); Miller (1984, 1987); Mohren (2008); Plummer (1991, 1996); Raffel (2013); Rawls (1989); Scheff (2006); Schegloff (1988); Smith (2006, 1999); TreviƱo (2003); Willems (1997); Williams (1983, 1988).
    • 3. See, for example:
    • 4. See, for instance: Goffman (1961, 1963a, 1963b, 1968 [1961], 1969, 1970, 1971 [1959], 1971, 1972 [1967], 1975 [1974], 1979, 1981, 1983).
    • 5. On this point, see, for example: Baert (1998, pp. 75-82); Giddens (1988, p. 260); Manning (1991, 1992, pp. 8, 15-16, 40-41 and 143); Schegloff (1988, esp. pp. 90-92); Williams (1988, pp. 74, 77 and 85).
    • 6. On the difference between Gesellschaftstheorie and Gemeinschaftstheorie, see, for example, Susen (2013a, p. 89).
    • 7. Baert (1998, p. 77).
    • 8. See, for example: ibid., pp. 75-82; Giddens (1988, p. 260); Manning (1991, 1992, pp. 8, 15-16, 40-41 and 143); Schegloff (1988, esp. pp. 90-92); Williams (1988, pp. 74, 77 and 85).
    • 9. Baert (1998, p. 76).
    • 10. On the concept of 'the self', see, for example: Bakhurst and Sypnowich (1995); Blumer (1969); Burkitt (2008 [1991]); Crossley (1996); Giddens (1991); Goffman (1971 [1959]); Jenkins (2008 [1996]); Joas (1987); Mead (1967 [1934]); Miller (1987); Nuyen (1998); Plummer (1991, 1996); Raffel (2013); Rawls (1989); Schrag (1997); Seigel (1999); Stead and Bakker (2010); Susen (2007, pp. 82, 84, 91, 91-94, 100n.119, 118, 129n.56, 165, 185, 192-198, 216, 306 and 311); Susen (2010, 2015, esp. pp. 110-123); Zhao (2005).
    • 11. Goffman (1971 [1959], p. 13).
    • 12. Ibid., p. 13 (italics added).
    • 13. Ibid., p. 22.
    • 14. Ibid., p. 23.
    • 15. Ibid., p. 14 (italics added).
    • 16. Ibid., p. 14 (italics in original).
    • 17. On this point, see, for example: Susen (2011a, p. 451), Susen (2011b, pp. 40-42), Susen (2015, pp. 42, 51, 99, 116, 158, 167, 259 and 264).
    • 18. Baert (1998, p. 77).
    • 19. Goffman (1971 [1959], p. 74) (italics added).
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