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欧文·戈夫曼是美国著名社会学家,其学术思想可被归纳为“情境互动论”。全书首先对情境互动论进行阐释性论证,之后从情境性视角剖析戈夫曼的自我观,探讨情境失当与全控机构、精神病之间的关系。本书亦论述戈夫曼关于谈话分析的主张及其与会话分析学的区别,并认为他的互动秩序观具有化解行动与结构之间张力的理论潜质,最后阐述情境互动论的实践运用,主要涉及尴尬、沉默与性别设置等领域。
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  • 绪论
  • 第一章 情境互动论
    1. 第一节 面对面互动之构型
    2. 第二节 作为微观理论范式的情境互动论
    3. 第三节 情境社会学的阐释性论证
  • 第二章 自我结构的解析
    1. 第一节 认识论阐释与本体论取向
    2. 第二节 拟剧论与自我分析
    3. 第三节 机构化自我的情境分析
  • 第三章 全控机构、精神疾病与情境失当
    1. 第一节 全控机构模型
    2. 第二节 精神病、情境失当与社会控制
  • 第四章 谈话互动
    1. 第一节 孤岛社区的沟通行为
    2. 第二节 从框架分析到“生产格式—参与框架”
    3. 第三节 与萨克斯关于会话分析的分歧
  • 第五章 互动秩序
    1. 第一节 互动秩序何以可能
    2. 第二节 行动与结构之辩证法
  • 第六章 情境互动论的实践运用
    1. 第一节 尴尬、互动秩序与道德
    2. 第二节 沉默的情境社会学阐释
    3. 第三节 情境互动论与性别设置
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