ESSSI2015 – Extension of Deadline for Submission – June 1st.


Contributions, Legacies, and Prospects

The University of Salford, Manchester

MediaCityUK Campus 29–31 July 2015

We welcome submissions from scholars using interactionist approaches

in established fields including communication, crime and

deviance, education, embodiment, emotion, health and illness,

identity, organisations and work, and urban life—as well as from

those working in newer areas, such as digital cultures, or those

deploying innovative methods and techniques.

To include a wider range of sessions the call for papers has been

extended to 1st June 2015.

The MediaCityUK Campus is at the heart of six global BBC

departments and a mass of independent creative, digital and media

organisations. It is a short walk to the Lowry theatre and gallery,

Imperial War Museum North and the Manchester United football

ground. There are many shops, bars, and restaurants nearby.

Interactionism has a distinguished record as a vigorous way of

investigating the diversity, richness and complexity of contemporary

social life. This will be a truly interdisciplinary forum for those

using interactionist approaches to understand the social and

cultural realities of contemporary societies.

Join us!


About Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction - Blog

The Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction (SSSI) is an international professional organization of scholars interested in the study of a wide range of social issues with an emphasis on identity, everyday practice, and language.
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