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  • n. The branch of sociology that studies interaction between individuals or groups


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interaction +‎ -ism


  • Of these, symbolic interactionism is closest to my assumptions about society.

    One ordinary day, with Hangover Helper

  • As I see things, the best options for a nonreductionist are type-D dualism, type-E dualism, or type-F monism: that is, interactionism, epiphenomenalism, or panprotopsychism.

    Against Darwinism

  • Libet proposes a theory of brain-mind interactionism (known in philosophy and theology as hylomorphism) opposed to a strict Cartesian substance dualism.

    Book Review: Quantum Enigma

  • As Hewitt has suggested, feminist utopianism, like symbolic interactionism, seeks to create new conceptual spaces in which radically different ways of being can be imagined and in which different distributions of power, including sexual power, can be conceived (Contemporary 17-21).

    Feminist Utopianism and Female Sexuality in Joanna Baillie’s Comedies

  • She combined the theories of pragmatism and cultural feminism with the central concepts of symbolic interactionism to form her sociological ideas.

    All Things Girl » All Things Girl » Blog Archive » Inspiring Women: Jane Addams

  • Now, DiPietro tells me about how she came to investigate the possibility of maternal-fetal “interactionism”: by accident.


  • In order to have a meaningful ID theory, IDers need to drop the equivocations, the pretense that folk psychology is adequate to their needs, and put a stake in the ground for dualistic interactionism – or whatever they really are talking about when the use this damnably undefined term of theirs.

    Bunny and a Book

  • Social behaviourism embraces a variety of approaches including symbolic interactionism and social action theory.

    On Social Behaviorism

  • Yang describes his theoretical approach as "multi-interactionism," by which he means that internet activism develops in dynamic relationship to a handful of separate social factors that facilitate and constrain the actions users can take.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • “Body and Soul,” for example, Stumpf criticized the theory of parallelism that was dominant in the nineteenth century since Fechner, and which had adopted, after Lotze, the theory of interactionism, which recognizes the causal action of bodily processes on the psychical and vice versa.

    On A Trans-Atlantic Flight


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  • Belief that mind and body act on each other. (from Phrontistery)

    May 25, 2008