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Micro-Sociological Theory provides a comparative appraisal of the most significant modern approaches to micro-theory and social psychology, focusing on the numerous trends toward convergence with macro-theoretical paradigms. The first part of the book examines recent developments in role theory and frame analysis. The second part refers to current debates in ethnomethodology on the mediatory role of language, collective symbols and the socio-cultural sources of emotional experience.
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