2021
DOI: 10.4324/9781003088363
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The Emotions in the Classics of Sociology

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“…The inaugural works of Cooley (2010Cooley ( [1902) prompted the expansion of the field. Yet, it was only after the 'emotional turn' in the late 1970s that this topic gained traction (Cerulo and Scribano, 2022;Kleres, 2011). Since then, sociology of emotions has developed into its own field of study (Turner and Stets, 2006).…”
Section: Bridging Emotions and Narrativesmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The inaugural works of Cooley (2010Cooley ( [1902) prompted the expansion of the field. Yet, it was only after the 'emotional turn' in the late 1970s that this topic gained traction (Cerulo and Scribano, 2022;Kleres, 2011). Since then, sociology of emotions has developed into its own field of study (Turner and Stets, 2006).…”
Section: Bridging Emotions and Narrativesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In this study, we underline the argument developed by sociologists and anthropologists who have suggested that emotions should not be reduced to mere mental experiences, but be seen as social practices (Ahmed, 2017;Katz, 2002;Rosaldo, 1994;White, 1993). As emphasised by contemporary scholars of emotions and narrative (Cerulo and Scribano, 2022;Habermas, 2018;Kusenbach and Loseke, 2013;Turner and Stets, 2006), going beyond the minutiae of experience and linking emotions instead to narratives that sustain them might contribute to a broader understanding of many social phenomena. Researching narrated emotions can thus widen the analytic lens in the study of femicide.…”
Section: Bridging Emotions and Narrativesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…These Fordist laws are embedded within specific modes of regulation and accumulation patterns in capitalism, which have changed from Fordism to post-Fordism and, more specifically, from flexible specialisation to disaggregated production within liquid modernity, where one can always make choices without fully being in control of a planet threatened by climate change and environmental destruction. Simmel’s (Cerulo & Scribano, 2022; pp. 81–96 citing Simmel’s, 1903) prescient insights on time, the metropolis and fragmentation of attention, overthinking and a predisposed inability to perceive at least some moment of our lives without any economistic outcome in mind.…”
Section: The Nature and Analytic Scope Of Employment Relationsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In recent decades, there has been growing sociological interest in emotions: they now represent a particular field within the social sciences. Moreover, emotions have been increasingly regarded as a sociological matter (Stets & Turner, 2006;Bericat, 2015;Neckel & Pritz, 2019;Cerulo & Rafele, 2021). Sociological studies on emotions have been fundamental to understanding the "social nature of human emotions": carrying out sociological analyses of several emotions (love, trust, fear, pain, and so on) has made possible their investigation in many social fields (basically comparing emotions with institutions, work, gender, and so on).…”
Section: Georg Simmel: Sociology As "The Science Of Relations"mentioning
confidence: 99%