Performing Action: Artistry in Human Behavior and Social Research

Performing Action: Artistry in Human Behavior and Social Research

“The goal of . . . [this book] is to forge a closer relationship between art and sociology. The link is that individual conduct studied by sociologists is like planned and rehearsed theatrical actions, which is the concern of theater critics. . . . This is a thought-provoking book.”  —D. Harper, Choice In recent years the social sciences and the humanities have drawn closer to each other in thought and method. Sociologist Joseph R. Gusfield draws upon drama… (more)

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Publisher: Transaction Publishers (March 31, 2015)

Parent ISBN: 9780765800169

Page count: 342 pages

File size: 372 KB

Language: English


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