With reference to their term "global microstructures," Knorr Cetina and Bruegger (2002:908) propose that "[i]f the hallmark of microsociology
in the past was its emphasis on local social forms, then we should extend the field to corresponding research on genuinely global social forms.
Em um classico artigo de sociologia interacionista, Marriage and the construction of reality: an exercise in the microsociology
of marriage, Peter Berger e Hansfried Kellner (14) analisam o impacto do arranjo conjugal na subjeti-vidade dos parceiros.
The high of cultural experience: toward a microsociology
of cultural consumption.
But for an account of how this novel exhibits a microsociology
informed by game theory, see Mark Seltzer's essay "Playing Dead: Crime as a Social System," published in Crime Culture: Figuring Criminality in Fiction and Film (Continuum, 2011).
, concrete sociological studies in psychiatry, Bulletin of the Academy of Medical Sciences [Vestnik AMN SSSR], in Russian
The Naturalization of Violence: Mediatic Microsociology
in the Light of the Deficit of Public Discourse
The new approach is founded on human rights, microsociology
, and ideas from social construction.
Inside Social Life: Readings in Sociological Psychology and Microsociology
lt;<Conversion and Cognition: An Area for Empirical Study in the Microsociology
of Religious Knowledge>>, Social Compass 23 (1976) 5-22.
Ingeniously combining the microsociology
of Erving Goffman and Harvey Sacks with the critical theory of Foucault, Latour, Hacking, and others; written in compelling and clear prose; and thick with ethnographic detail, Bureaucrats & Bleeding Hearts is a must-read book for scholars interested in the state of indigenous care in Australia and the disciplinary nature of bureaucracies more generally.
As Bourdieu (1988, 1996) has astutely noted in many other contexts, careers are at stake here, and the microsociology
of everyday life in this way contributes to the perpetuation of macrosocial structures of wealth and poverty as careers take their place among the vested interests supporting the current imbalance of trade.
29) A microsociology
of local actors, of their interests and strategies, is necessary to understand their different reactions when sanctions are imposed.