Jonathan Turner, "Face to Face: Toward a Sociological Theory of Interpersonal Behavior"
Stanford University Press | 2002-05-15 | ISBN: 0804744173 | 288 pages | PDF | 1,6 MB
Presents a general theory of what happens when people interact. Each chapter presents elements of microdynamics involved in encounters: emotions, motivations, culture, role processes, status, demographics, and ecology.
"Jon's woven theoretical carpet of social face to face interaction is a fascininating one and like a persian carpet rolls over in spreading just to show the amazing diversity in human face to face interaction with variable depth and meaning in explusion despite all being confined and wrapped within the specific boundaries of a fully flattened out carpt. In other words, Jon successfully identifies the structure and meta order hidden in an apparenetly lawlesss and chaotic face to face interaction. Te ost exciting part of Jon's theory is that he shows how in fact new and innovative forms of social face to face interaction can be created by crossing the mini boundaries --in spill over-- of the communion of human itteraction without ever disrupting the general and lawful framework of order that encompasses them all in the utter edges of its totality. From this wonderful analysis Jon comes to develop a series of law like principles and boundaries governing human interactions yet he shows that they are flexible enough to be over written and crossed over without violating the general forces of social governance that themselves from outer edge of social totalty defines and shapes these human interactions that on the surface their boundaries aconstantly can be violated for innovation and freshness.
From his analysis oen can learn this principle among others: that the boudaries of social order at the micro level are more permeable for the development of genuine social revolution with border crossing than the macro level of social order and that to overthrow by crossing the macro boudaires for sical innovation is like to cut the persian carpet into pieces for the sake of an over arching social change from sky withut ever knowing how living beings survive on the planet down the earth on a daily basis." - reader's review.
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