A Sociology of the Absurd

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Rowman & Littlefield, 1989 - 244 psl.
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This work provides a crystallization and particularization of a school of sociological thinking variously called "creative sociology," "existential sociology," "phenomenological sociology," "conflict theory," and "dramaturgical analysis." The result is a methodological synthesis of the "dual" visions of Erving Goffman and Harold Garfinkel. This book equips the reader with a framework for providing adequate descriptions of those face-to-face encounters that make up everyday life. This edition includes essays not found in the first edition, as well as a new introduction that locates it in the spectrum of contemporary theorizing.

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Toward a Sociology of the Absurd
2
Niccolo Machiavelli 14691527
9
Scene
21
Territoriality
22
Territorial Encroachment
27
Reaction to Encroachment
29
Reaction to the Absence of Free Space
32
Conclusion
33
Types of Accounts
113
Honoring Accounts and Background Expectancies
120
Linguistic Styles and Accounts
123
Strategies for Avoiding Accounts
126
Negotiating Identities and Accounts
127
Conclusion
131
Accounts Deviance and Social Order
133
When Is an Act Deviant?
134

Time Tracks
35
Analytic Features of Time Tracks
36
Time Track Movement
41
Time Panic
46
Conclusion
49
Adventures
51
Agent
60
Freud Mead Goffman
61
Stage Fright and the Problem of Identity
69
The Dramatic Frame and Stage Fright
71
The Stage as an Environment
74
Audience Stage Fright
79
Stage Fright in Everyday Life
81
Coping Strategies
85
Conclusions
87
Coolness in Everyday Life
90
Conclusions
95
Paranoia Homosexuality and Game Theory
98
Conclusion
109
Agency
111
Accounts
112
The General Nature of Accounts
135
Interaction as Game Behavior
137
Face Games
140
Accounts Pluralism and Power
149
Conclusion
152
Purpose
156
Game Frameworks
157
A Game Typology
161
Conclusion
178
Extroduction
181
A Sociology of the Absurd Revisited
182
Appendices
191
The Marquis de Sade and the Quest for the Nonabsurd
192
Rebellion and the Nonabsurd
194
Conclusion
197
Power Pluralism and Order
198
Pluralism and the Sociology of the Absurd
200
Concluding Remarks
203
Notes
204
Index
241
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