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Handbook of the sociology of emotions

Author: Stets, Jan E. ; Turner, Jonathan H. Series: Handbooks of sociology and social research Publisher: Springer, 2006 ; 2014Language: EnglishDescription: 24 cm.ISBN: 0387307133Type of document: Book Online Access: Vol.2 Bibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and indexContents Note: Vol.1, 657 p., ISBN 0387307133 ; Vol.2, 579 p., ISBN 9789401791304
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Includes bibliographical references and index

Vol.1, 657 p., ISBN 0387307133 ; Vol.2, 579 p., ISBN 9789401791304

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Handbook of the Sociology of Emotions Contents Introduction........................................................................................................................1 Jan E. Stets and Jonathan H. Turner References............................................................................................................................6 I. BASIC PROCESSES 1. The Classification of Emotions......................................................................................... 11 Robert A. Thamm Traditional Classification Approaches.............................................................................. 11 Contemporary Classification Systems............................................................................... 14 Relevant Factors in Classifying Emotions......................................................................... 16 Culture, Structure, and Appraisal...................................................................................... 16 The Classification Scheme................................................................................................ 17 "Classic" Construction of Emotion Categories ................................................................ 18 Levels of Emotion Differentiation..................................................................................... 20 Conclusions........................................................................................................................ 34 References......................................................................................................................... 35 2. The Neuroscience of Emotions......................................................................................... 38 David D. Franks Why the Emotional Brain?................................................................................................ 39 Sociology and the Neuroscience Divide............................................................................ 40 Some Generalizations about the Emotional Brain.............................................................41 The Functional Anatomy of Emotion in the Brain............................................................ 42 Top to Down Brain Structures........................................................................................... 45 The Debate About the Limbic System.............................................................................. 49 Neuroscience and Unconscious Emotion.......................................................................... 51 On the Relationship of Cognition and Emotion: The Interaction of Cognitive and Emotional Processes in the Brain........................................................................... 55 Conclusion......................................................................................................................... 59 Notes.................................................................................................................................. 60 References......................................................................................................................... 60 vii viii 3. Gender and Emotion.......................................................................................................... 63 Stephanie A. Shields, Dallas N. Garner, Brooke Di Leone, and Alena M. Hadley A Framework for Studying Gender and Emotion.............................................................. 65 Beliefs About the Gender-Emotion Connection................................................................ 68 Power and Status................................................................................................................ 71 Sexuality............................................................................................................................. 74 Conclusion.......................................................................................................................... 78 References.......................................................................................................................... 79 II. THEORIES 4. Power and Status and the Power-Status Theory of Emotions....................................... 87 Theodore D. Kemper Power and Status Theory....................................................................................................87 Relational Metaprocesses................................................................................................... 93 The Power-Status Theory of Emotions.............................................................................. 96 Tests of the Theory........................................................................................................... 108 Research Agenda.............................................................................................................. 109 Conclusion........................................................................................................................ 110 Notes................................................................................................................................. 111 References........................................................................................................................ 111 5. Cultural Theory and Emotions....................................................................................... 114 Gretchen Peterson Defining Emotions........................................................................................................... 115 The Self and Emotions..................................................................................................... 115 Cultural Content............................................................................................................... 116 Empirical Work on Emotion Culture............................................................................... 118 Variations in Emotion Culture......................................................................................... 121 Learning the Emotion Culture: Emotional Socialization................................................. 122 Research on Emotional Socialization...............................................................................123 Managing Emotions......................................................................................................... 124 Research on Emotion Management................................................................................. 126 Commercialization of Emotion Management.................................................................. 127 Research on Emotional Labor.......................................................................................... 129 Conclusion........................................................................................................................ 131 Notes................................................................................................................................. 133 References........................................................................................................................ 133 6. Ritual Theory....................................................................................................................135 Erika Summers-Effler The Interaction Order....................................................................................................... 136 Interaction Order Dynamics............................................................................................. 137 Second-Order System Dynamics..................................................................................... 140 Thinking and the Self....................................................................................................... 141 Network Processes........................................................................................................... 146 Small Groups.................................................................................................................... 147 Constraints on the Interaction Order................................................................................ 149 Contents Contents ix Conclusion..................................................................................................................... 152 References..................................................................................................................... 153 7. Symbolic Interactionism, Inequality, and Emotions.................................................. 155 Jessica Fields, Martha Copp, and Sherry! Kleinman Theoretical Framings and Foundations......................................................................... 156 Linking the Emotional and the Social........................................................................... 158 Everyday Emotional Practices and Contexts.................................................................159 Who We Are, How We Feel: Emotions, Identity, and Beliefs......................................164 Emotion, Ideology, and Sustained Social Inequalities................................................... 68 Methodological Perspectives for Interactionist Studies of Emotion............................. 173 Conclusion..................................................................................................................... 174 References..................................................................................................................... 175 8. Affect Control Theory................................................................................................... 179 Dawn T Robinson, Lynn Smith-Lovin, and Allison K. Wisecup Symbolic Interactionist Roots of Affect Control Theory.............................................. 180 Definitions..................................................................................................................... 181 The Formal Structure of the Theory.............................................................................. 184 Empirical Studies of Emotion Using Affect Control Theory........................................ 191 Emotions in Understanding Social Movements and Politics.........................................193 A Brief Comparison with a Close Theoretical Cousin.................................................. 196 Directions for Future Research......................................................................................198 Notes.............................................................................................................................. 199 References..................................................................................................................... 199 9. Identity Theory and Emotions..................................................................................... 203 Jan E. Stets Identity Theory and Research........................................................................................ 204 Future Research............................................................................................................. 220 Conclusion..................................................................................................................... 221 Notes.............................................................................................................................. 222 References..................................................................................................................... 222 10. Self Theory and Emotions.......................................................................................... 224 Howard B. Kaplan Self Theory as an Integrative Framework for the Sociology of Emotions....................224 Emotions as Self-Referent Responses........................................................................... 229 Emotional Experiences/Expressions as Self-Cognitive Stimuli for Self-Evaluation.......................................................................................................... 230 Emotional (Self-Feeling) Responses to Self-Cognition-Stimulated Self-Evaluations........................................................................................................ 232 Emotions and Self-Enhancing/Self-Protective Responses............................................ 241 Emotional Responses as Self-Enhancing/Self-Protective Mechanisms........................ 244 Self-Enhancing/Self-Protective Mechanisms and Self-Feelings (Emotion)................. 245 Retrospect and Prospect................................................................................................ 247 References..................................................................................................................... 249 x Contents 11. Emotion-Based Self Theory........................................................................................... 254 David Boyns Sociological Approaches to the Self............................................................................... 255 Locating the Emotion-Based Self in the Sociology of Emotions................................... 258 Conclusion and Future Directions.................................................................................. 271 References....................................................................................................................... 272 12. Psychoanalytic Sociological Theories and Emotion.................................................... 276 Jonathan H. Turner Freud's Theory in a More Sociological Guise.................................................................276 Redirection of Psychoanalytic Theory and Research..................................................... 279 Sociological Theories of Pride and Shame..................................................................... 280 Expanding the Theory of Emotions: A New Kind of Synthesis Between Sociology and Psychoanalytic Ideas...........................................................................281 Conclusion.......................................................................................................................292 References....................................................................................................................... 293 13. Social Exchange Theory of Emotions........................................................................... 295 Edward J. Lawler and Shane R. Thye The Problem.................................................................................................................... 296 Social Exchange Theories: Background......................................................................... 298 Emotion and Emotional Processes.................................................................................. 301 Relational Cohesion Theory............................................................................................305 Extensions of Relational Cohesion Theory.....................................................................308 Affect Theory of Social Exchange.................................................................................. 311 Conclusion and Future Directions.................................................................................. 316 References....................................................................................................................... 318 14. Emotion in Justice Processes......................................................................................... 321 Guillermina Jasso Justice Analysis: Understanding the Operation of the Sense of Justice......................... 322 A Closer Look at the Justice Evaluation Function......................................................... 327 The Long Reach of Justice: Theoretical Justice Analysis.............................................. 331 Emotion in Justice Processes: Basic Framework and New Extensions.......................... 332 A New Extension: Impartiality in the Justice Process.................................................... 334 Empirical Assessment of Impartiality............................................................................. 339 Emotion in a New Unified Theory of Sociobehavioral Processes..................................341 Appendix......................................................................................................................... 343 Notes............................................................................................................................... 344 References....................................................................................................................... 344 15. Expectation States Theory and Emotions.................................................................... 347 Cecilia L. Ridgeway Early Studies of Status and Affect.................................................................................. 348 Expectation States Theory.............................................................................................. 349 Is Affect Inherent in Status Processes?........................................................................... 351 Cultural Schemas of Status and Emotion........................................................................353 Legitimacy Dynamics, Emotions, and the Containment of Conflict.............................. 355 Contents xi How Do Emotions and Sentiments Shape Status?........................................................ 358 Feeling with the Group and Solidarity.......................................................................... 364 Conclusion..................................................................................................................... 364 References..................................................................................................................... 365 16. Evolutionary Theory and Emotions............................................................................ 368 Michael Hammond Evolutionary Existentialism...........................................................................................369 The Evolutionary Biology of Emotions......................................................................... 370 Emotions and Social Evolution..................................................................................... 375 Conclusion..................................................................................................................... 384 References..................................................................................................................... 384 III. SELECT EMOTIONS 17. Love................................................................................................................................ 389 Diane H. Felmlee and Susan Sprecher Is Love an Emotion?...................................................................................................... 390 Classic Psychological Approaches to Love................................................................... 393 Sociological Perspectives on Love................................................................................ 397 The Future of Scholarship on Love............................................................................... 401 Conclusion..................................................................................................................... 405 References..................................................................................................................... 406 18. Jealousy and Envy.........................................................................................................410 Gordon Clanton Recognizing Jealousy and Envy.................................................................................... 411 Jealousy..........................................................................................................................412 Envy............................................................................................................................... 424 Conclusion..................................................................................................................... 439 References..................................................................................................................... 440 19. Empathy......................................................................................................................... 443 Mark H. Davis Empathy: An Organizational Framework..................................................................... 444 Research Evidence Relevant to the Model.................................................................... 447 Future Directions........................................................................................................... 460 Conclusion..................................................................................................................... 462 References..................................................................................................................... 462 20. Sympathy....................................................................................................................... 467 Christopher S. Schmitt and Candace Clark Sympathy Conceptualized............................................................................................. 469 Dimes of Sympathy: Emotional Gifts, Exchange, and Micropolitics........................... 474 Courtroom Trials........................................................................................................... 481 Communities of Sympathy............................................................................................ 484 Conclusion..................................................................................................................... 485 xii Contents Notes............................................................................................................................... 487 References....................................................................................................................... 487 21. Anger............................................................................................................................... 493 Scott Schieman Conceptualization of Anger............................................................................................ 494 Social Causes of Anger Processes.................................................................................. 495 The Social Distribution of Anger.................................................................................... 503 Power, the Sense of Control, and the Utility of Anger................................................... 507 Conclusion.......................................................................................................................509 References....................................................................................................................... 510 22. Grief................................................................................................................................ 516 Kathy Charmaz and Melinda J. Milligan Positioning the Literature on Grief................................................................................. 517 What Is Grief?................................................................................................................. 518 Psychological Theorizing: Attachment and Identification............................................. 520 Historical and Cross-Cultural Studies: Evidence for the Social and Cultural Construction of Grief.................................................................................... 521 Emotions and Social Movements: The Place of Grief.................................................... 523 Situating Grief in Social Structure.................................................................................. 525 Reconceptualizing Grief................................................................................................. 529 Loss of Self..................................................................................................................... 532 Research on Variations in the Experience of Grief........................................................ 534 Conclusion.......................................................................................................................537 Notes............................................................................................................................... 538 References....................................................................................................................... 538 23. Moral Emotions.............................................................................................................. 544 Jonathan H. Turner and Jan E. Stets What Is Morality?........................................................................................................... 544 A Biology of Morality?................................................................................................... 546 The Moral Self................................................................................................................ 548 Social Structure and Moral Emotions............................................................................. 549 Toward A Sociology of Moral Emotions........................................................................ 556 The Psychodynamics of Moral Emotions....................................................................... 560 Conclusion: Moral Emotions and the Moral Order........................................................ 564 References....................................................................................................................... 565 IV. EMOTIONS IN SOCIAL LIFE 24. Emotions in the Workplace........................................................................................... 569 Kathryn J. Lively The Managed Heart......................................................................................................... 570 Conclusion.......................................................................................................................583 Notes............................................................................................................................... 585 References....................................................................................................................... 586 Contents xiii 25. Emotions and Health..................................................................................................... 591 Linda E. Francis The Sociology of Emotions and Health.......................................................................... 592 The Division: Biomedical Positivism and Social Constructionism in Research on Emotions and Health..............................................................................595 Bridging the Gap: Stress and Interactionism..................................................................600 Discussion....................................................................................................................... 604 Conclusion...................................................................................................................... 605 References.......................................................................................................................606 26. Emotions and Social Movements.................................................................................. 611 Jeff Goodwin and James M. Jasper Fearing Emotions: A Brief History.................................................................................612 Rediscovering Emotions: Recent Research.................................................................... 617 Theorizing Emotions: Engaging Broader Theories........................................................ 624 Conclusion...................................................................................................................... 630 References.......................................................................................................................631 Index...............................................................................................................................637

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