The Goffman Reader / Edition 1by Charles Lemert, Charles Lemert, Erving Goffman
Pub. Date: 07/14/1997
The Goffman Reader aims to bring the most complete collection of Erving Goffman's (1922-1982) writing and thinking as a sociologist. Among the most inventive, unique and individualistic of thinkers in American sociology, his works first appeared in the early 1950's at a time when a more formal, traditional sociology dominated the scene. In this collection,
The Goffman Reader aims to bring the most complete collection of Erving Goffman's (1922-1982) writing and thinking as a sociologist. Among the most inventive, unique and individualistic of thinkers in American sociology, his works first appeared in the early 1950's at a time when a more formal, traditional sociology dominated the scene. In this collection, Goffman's work is arranged into four categories: the production of self, the confined self, the nature of social life, and the framing of experience. Through this arrangement, readers will not only be presented with Goffman's thinking in chronological order, but also with a framework of analysis that clearly introduces the social theoretical ideas by which Goffman shaped the direction of sociological thought through the late twentieth century.
Table of Contents
"Goffman" by Charles Lemert.
Goffman's Social Theory by Ann Branaman.
Part I: The Production of Self:.
1. Self Claims On Cooling the Mark Out: Some Aspects of Adaptation to Failure.
2. Self-Presentation The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life.
3. The Self as Ritual Object The Nature of Deference and Demeanor.
4. The Self and Social Roles Role Distance.
Part II: The Nature of Social Life:.
5. Social Life as Drama The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life.
6. Social Life as Ritual On Face-Work The Structure and Function of Situational Properties Supportive and Remedial Interchanges.
7. Social Life as Game Fun in Games Where the Action Is Strategic Interaction.
Part III: The Confined Self: .
8. Status, Territory, and the Self Territories of the Self.
9. The Mortified Self On the Characteristics of Total Institutions The Moral Career of the Mental Patient.
10. The Stigmatized Self Stigma.
11. The Recalcitrant Self The Underlife of a Public Institution.
Part IV: Frames and the Organization of Experience:.
12. Frame Analysis Frame Analysis.
13. Frame Analysis of Talk Felicitys Condition.
14. The Frame Analysis of Gender The Arrangement Between the Sexes Gender Displays.
15. Social Interaction and Social Structure. The Neglected Situation. The Interaction Order.
Bibliography: Erving Goffmans Writings.
Bibliography: Secondary Literature.
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