How the music of human interaction can help us better understand the nature of social science research
How the music of human interaction can help us better understand the nature of social science research
1. Strange Music: Notes Toward a Dialogic Sociology2. Sociologizing the Strange: A Strong Programme for a Weak Sociology3. Stranger Danger: Response to Michael Mayerfeld Bell's "Strange Music"4. A Sisyphean Process? Dialogue on Dialogical Sociology5. Growing a Chorus6. Why I Like Contemporary Classical Music and Contemporary Sociological Theory:7. Response to Michael Bell: Reflections Based on Perspectives from Popular Culture, Fine Arts, and Globalization8. A Three Part Recension 9. Strange to the Structure: A Dialogue on "Strange Music," Performance Studies, Jazz Trumpet, and Billie Holiday10. Re-Creating Music in the Moment: Reflections on Michael Bell's "Strange Music" and on Musical Performance11. If You Have All the Answers You Don't Have All the Questions
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How the music of human interaction can help us better understand the nature of social science research

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ISBN
9781439907245
Publisert
2011
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Vendor
Temple University Press,U.S.
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210 mm
Bredde
140 mm
Aldersnivå
05, UP
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Product language
Engelsk
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Product format
Heftet
Antall sider
248

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Michael Mayerfeld Bell is Professor of Community and Environmental Sociology at the University of Wisconsin Madison. He is the author or editor of seven books, three of which have won national awards. He is also a composer of grassroots and classical music and is a mandolinist, guitarist, and singer.

Ann Goetting is Professor of Sociology at Western Kentucky University. She is the author or editor of four previous books, including (with Sarah Fenstermaker) Individual Voices, Collective Visions: Fifty Years of Women in Sociology and (with Gary Paul Green) Mobilizing Communities: Asset Building as a Community Development Strategy (both Temple).