Goffman treated it as a kind of report in which he frames out the theatrical performance that applies to face-to-face interactions. At the same time, the person the individual is interacting with is trying to form and obtain information about the individual. This led to Goffman's dramaturgical analysis. Goffman saw a connection between the kinds of acts that people put on in their daily life and theatrical performances.
Subjects Description The challenges of teaching a successful introductory sociology course today demand materials from a publisher very different from the norm.
Texts that are organized the way the discipline structures itself intellectually no longer connect with the majority of student learners. This is not an issue of pandering to students or otherwise seeking the lowest common denominator.
A focus on consumer culture, seeing the strange in the familiar,is not only interesting for students; it is also the authors suggest pedagogically superior to more traditional approaches.
By engaging students through their stuff, this book moves beyond teaching about sociology to helping instructors teach the practice of sociological thinking.
It moves beyond describing what sociology is, so that students can practice what sociological thinking can do. This pedagogy also posits a relationship between teacher and learner that is bi-directional.
Many students feel a sense of authority in various areas of consumer culture, and they often enjoy sharing their knowledge with fellow students and with their instructor. While innovative, the book has been carefully crafted to make it as useful and flexible as possible for instructors aiming to build core sociological foundations in a single semester.
A map on pages ii—iii identifies core sociological concepts covered so that a traditional syllabus as well as individual lectures can easily be maintained. Theory, method, and active learning exercises in every chapter constantly encourage the sociological imagination as well as the "doing" of sociology.
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Reviews "From designer jeans to iPhones, cultural understandings and material arrangements come together to shape what we buy and why. With a remarkable gift for storytelling, the authors shows us how the things we use reflect the conflict between our private lives and the public issues structuring them.
After reading this book, it will be impossible to see a marketing campaign or a PR event in quite the same way. Wherry, Yale University "Johnston, Cairns, and Baumann have produced something that Introductory Sociology instructors have long needed: This is an exciting, creative contribution to the same-old, same-old landscape of introductory sociology texts, and one certain to get students exercising their sociological imaginations right away.
An excellent introductory text! Johnston, Cairns, and Baumann have compiled truly compelling chapters that apply core sociological concepts to the stuff—clothes, food, cars, music, phones, etc.
Johnston, Cairns, and Baumann offer a unique approach to the introductory course that covers essential sociological concepts in an engaging and meaningful way.Storybook Online Network - A Storytelling Community For Children MOST POPULAR TODAY: STORIES IN PROGRESS: The Garage Continued (9).
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