Table of contents for Constructing the social / edited by Theodore R. Sarbin and John I. Kitsuse.


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Prologue - Theodore R Sarbin and John I Kitsuse
PART ONE: PUBLIC DOCUMENTS AS SOURCES OF SOCIAL CONSTRUCTIONS
The Social Construction of Personal Histories - Mary Gergen
Gendered Lives in Popular Autobiographies
The Social Construction of Pregnancy and Fetal Development - Carol Brooks Gardner
Notes on a Nineteenth-Century Rhetoric of Endangerment
Correspondents' Images of Martin Luther King Jr - Stephen J Lilley and Gerald M Platt
An Interpretive Theory of Movement Leadership
PART TWO: SOCIOPOLITICAL FACTORS IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF SOCIAL CATEGORIES
Practices of Truth-Finding in a Court of Law - Kim Lane Scheppele
The Case of Revised Stories
Gender, Science and Sexual Dysfunction - Mary Boyle
The Many and Varied Social Constructions of Intelligence - Milton L Andersen
Some Constructionist Observations on `Anxiety' and its History - Richard S Hallam
PART THREE: THE DECONSTRUCTION OF POPULAR CONCEPTIONS
Genius - Tia DeNora and Hugh Mehan
A Social Construction, the Case of Beethoven's Initial Recognition
Ageism and the Deployments of `Age' - Christopher L Bodily
A Constructionist View
Cocaine Careers - Karl E Scheibe
Historical and Individual Constructions
A Sociocultural Construction of `Depressions' - Morton Wiener and David Marcus
Constructing Family - James A Holstein and Jaber F Gubrium
Descriptive Practice and Domestic Order



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Social sciences -- Philosophy.
Constructivism (Psychology)
Social psychology.