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Dedication List of Tables and Figures Acknowledgements Foreword Chapter 1: Conceptualizing Emotions Sociologically Elements of Emotions How Many Emotions Are There? Emotions and Rationality Sociological Theories of Emotions Conclusion Chapter 2: Dramaturgical and Cultural Theorizing on Emotions Erving Goffman's Dramaturgical Approach Steven Gordon on Emotional Culture Arlie Hochschild's Cultural Analysis Morris Rosenberg on Emotions and Reflexivity Peggy Thoits on Emotional Deviance Candace Clark's Theory of Sympathy Conclusion Appendix: A Psychological Look at Emotions: James Averill Chapter 3: Ritual Theorizing on Emotions The Influence of Emile Durkheim Randall Collins' Interaction Ritual Theory Erika Summers-Effler's Interaction Ritual Theory Conclusion Chapter 4: Symbolic Interactionist Theorizing on Emotions George Herbert Mead Charles Horton Cooley's Contribution Susan Shott's Social Control Theory Sheldon Stryker's Identity Theory George McCall and J. L. Simmons' Identity Theory Peter J. Burke's Identity Control Theory David R. Heise's Affect Control Theory Conclusion Appendix: A Psychological Look at Emotions: E. Tory Higgins and Charles Carver and Michael Scheier Chapter 5: Symbolic Interactionist Theorizing on Emotions with Psychoanalytic Elements Sigmund Freud's Contribution to Sociological Theories of Emotion Thomas Scheff's Theory of Shame Jonathan H. Turner's Theory Conclusion Appendix: A Psychological Look at Emotions: June Tangney Chapter 6: Exchange Theorizing on Emotions George C. Homans' Behavioristic Theory Peter M. Blau's Theory Richard Emerson's Power-Dependence Theory An Extension of Emerson: Karen S. Cook and Associates Another Extension of Emerson: Linda D. Molm Edward J. Lawler and Jeongkoo Yoon's Theory of Relational Cohesion Exchange, Dependency and Legitimacy: Cathryn Johnson and Rebecca Ford Exchange, Justice and Emotions Equity and Justice in Exchange Networks: Karen Hegtvedt and Karen S. Cook The Justice Function and Emotions: Guillermina Jasso Affect Control and Justice: Steven Scher and David R. Heise Edward J. Lawler's Affect Theory of Social Exchange Conclusion Chapter 7: Structural Theorizing on Emotions Theodore Kemper's Power-Status Model Robert Thamm's Power and Status Theory Barry Markovsky and Edward Lawler's Network Theory Expectation States Theories of Emotion Joseph Berger's Affect-Expectation Theory Cecilia Ridgeway's Theory of Socioemotional Behavior and Status Michael Lovaglia's Status-Compatible Emotions Theory Robert K. Shelly's Theory of Sentiments and Expectations Jack M. Barbalet's Macrostructural Theory of Emotions Conclusion Chapter 8: Evolutionary Theorizing on Emotions William Wentworth's Analysis of "Deep Sociality" Jonathan H. Turner's Evolutionary Theory Michael Hammond's Affect Maximization Theory Conclusion Chapter 9: Prospects for A Sociology of Emotions Conceptual Issues in The Sociology of Emotions Research and Methodological Issues in the Sociology of Emotions Conclusion References Index
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Emotions -- Social aspects.