Antony Puddephatt: Publications


2017. (Edited with Bradley H. Brewster). Microsociological Perspectives for Environmental Sociology. London and New York: Routledge Press.

2009. (Edited with William Shaffir and Steven W. Kleinknecht). Ethnographies Revisited: Constructing Theory in the Field. London and New York: Routledge Press.  

Journal Articles

Collins-Nelsen, R. and A. Puddephatt. 2018. “Gender, Artefacts, and Ritual Encounters: The Case of Tomboy Tools Sales Parties,” Canadian Review of Sociology (forthcoming in November issue).

McLuhan, A. and A. Puddephatt. 2018. “Overcoming Analytic Interruptus: The Origin, Development and Future of Generic Social Processes,” Studies in Symbolic Interaction (forthcoming in 50th Anniversary Issue).

Puddephatt, A. and A. McLuhan. 2018. “Generic Social Processes: Re-imagining a Conceptual Schema for Grounded Theory in the Contemporary Era,” Sociological Focus. (in press)

Alaimo, L., L. Chambers, and A. Puddephatt. 2018. “Images of Marie Curie: How Reputational Entrepreneurs Shape Iconic Identities,” Engaging Science, Technology, and Society, 4: 8-21.

Price, T. and A. Puddephatt. 2017. “Power, Emergence, and the Meanings of Resistance: The Case of Open Access Scholarly Publishing in Canada,” Studies in Symbolic Interaction, 48: 95-115.

Puddephatt, A. and T. Price. 2017. “Symbolic Interactionism, Public Sociology, and the Future of Open-Access Publishing,” Qualitative Sociology Review, 13(4): 142-158.

(with N. McLaughlin). 2015. "Critical Nexus or Pluralist Discipline? Institutional Ambivalence and the Future of Canadian Sociology," Canadian Review of Sociology, 52(3): 310-332.

2013. “Toward a Radical Interactionist Account of Science,” in Studies in Symbolic Interaction, 41: 53-82.

(with Rasi, H.A., A. Moula, and T. Timpka). 2013. “Empowering Newly Married Women in Iran: A New Method of Social Work Intervention that uses a Client-Directed Problem-Solving Model in both Group and Individual Sessions,” Qualitative Social Work, 12: 765-781.

(with Rasi, H.A., A. Moula, and T. Timpka). 2013. “Empowering Single Mothers in Iran: Applying a Problem-Solving Model in Learning Groups to Develop Participants’ Capacity to Improve their Lives,” British Journal of Social Work, 43(5): 833-852.

2011. “Language and Mind in the Thought of G.H. Mead: Challenges from Chomsky’s Linguistics,” Studies in Symbolic Interaction. 36: 75-106.

2010. (with R.W. Nelsen). “The Promise of a Sociology Degree in Canadian Higher Education,”Canadian Review of Sociology, 47(4): 405-430.  

2009. “The Search for Meaning: Revisiting Herbert Blumer’s Interpretation of George Herbert Mead,” The American Sociologist, 40(1): 89-105.

2009. (with Mousa, A., and T. Timpka) “Adult-adolescent Interaction an Adolescents' Brain Development: Integrating Pragmatism, Interactionism and Neuroscience to develop a Rationale for Adolescents' Life-regulation,” Sociology Compass, 3(1):118-136.

2008. “George Herbert Mead: An Early Sociologist of Scientific Knowledge,” Studies in Symbolic Interaction, 31: 31-60.

2008. “Incorporating Ritual into Greedy Institution Theory: The Case of Devotion in Organized Chess,” The Sociological Quarterly, 49(1): 155-180.

2007. (with R. Prus) “Causality, Agency, and Reality: Plato and Aristotle meet George Herbert Mead and Herbert Blumer,” Sociological Focus, 40(3): 265-286.

2006. “Special: An Interview with Kathy Charmaz: On Constructing Grounded Theory,” Qualitative Sociological Review, 2(3): 6-20. (Translated into German and reprinted in in G. Mey and K. Mruck (eds.) Grounded Theory Reader. Verlag.

2006. (with B. Kelly and M. Adorjan) “Unveiling the Cloak of Competence: Cultivating Authenticity in Graduate Sociology,” The American Sociologist, 37(3): 84-98.

2005. “Mead Has Never Been Modern:  Using Meadian Theory to Extend the Constructionist Study of Technology," Social Epistemology, 19(4):  357-380.

2003. “Chess Playing as Strategic Activity,” Symbolic Interaction, 26(2): 263-284.

Chapters in Books

Brewster, B.H. and A. Puddephatt (forthcoming) “Microsociological Approaches to Environmental Sociology,” Cambridge Handbook of Environmental Sociology.

Price, T. and A. Puddephatt. 2018. “Opening Access to Open-Access Editors: Using Media Synchronicity Theory to Make Sense of Technologies for Long Distance Interviews,” in S. Kleinknecht, L. Van den Scott, and C. Sanders (eds.) Crafting Qualitative Research. Toronto: Canadian Scholar’s Press. (Forthcoming)

Puddephatt, A. 2017. “George Herbert Mead: The Evolution of Mind, Self and Society through Interaction,” pp 95-120 in M.H. Jacobsen (ed.) The Interactionist Imagination. Palgrave/Macmillan.

Van den Scott, L.J., Sanders, C. and A. Puddephatt. 2017. “Reconceptualizing Users through Enriching Ethnography,” pp 501-528 in U. Felt, R. Fouché, C. Miller and L. Smith-Doerr (eds.) Handbook of Science and Technology Studies, 4th edition. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Brewster, B. and A. Puddephatt. 2016. “G.H. Mead as a Socio-Environmental Thinker,” pp 144-164 in H. Joas and D. Huebner (eds.) The Timeliness of George Herbert Mead. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

Brewster, B. and A. Puddephatt. 2017. “Awakening Micro-theoretical Perspectives in Environmental Sociology,” pp 1-25 in Brewster, B. and A. Puddephatt (eds.) 2016. Micro-sociological Perspectives for Environmental Sociology. UK: Routledge Press.

(with Moula, A). 2014. “A Neuropragmatist Framework for Childhood Education: Integrating Pragmatism and Neuroscience to Actualize Article 29 of the UN Child Convention,” in T. Solymosi and J. Shook (eds.) Neuroscience, Neurophilosophy and Pragmatism: Understanding Brains at Work in the World. UK: Palgrave-Macmillan (in press).

2013. “Finding G.H. Mead’s Social Ontology Through his Engagement with Key Intellectual Influences” pp 93-109 in G. Bowden and J. Low (eds.) The Chicago School Diaspora: Epistemology and Substance. McGill-Queens University Press.

(with G.A. Fine). 2013. “Chess as Art, Science, and Sport,” pp 390-404 in D. Andrews and B. Carrington (eds.) A Companion to Sport. Maldan, MA and Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

2009. (with W. Shaffir and S. Kleinknecht) “Exercises in Reflexivity: Situating Theory in Practice,” pp 1-34 in A. Puddephatt, W. Shaffir, and S. Kleinknecht (eds.) Ethnographies Revisited: Constructing Theory in the Field. UK: Routledge.

2009. (with B. Arai, N. McLaughlin, and L. Tepperman) “Sociology: Its Purposes, Theories, and Research Approaches,” pp 2-29 in Lorne Tepperman and James Curtis (eds.) Principles of Sociology: Canadian Perspectives, 2nd Edition. Don Mills, ON: Oxford University Press.

2009. (with R. Prus) “American Pragmatism: Examining Everyday Life in the Making,” pp 69-92 in M.H. Jacobsen (ed.) Encountering the Everyday: An Introduction to the Sociologies of the Unnoticed. Palgrave MacMillan.

2008. (with N. McLaughlin) “Three Empirical Traditions of Sociological Theory,” pp 12-37 in L. Tepperman, J. Curtis, and P. Albanese (eds.) Sociology: A Canadian Perspective. Toronto, ON: Oxford Press.

2007. (with N. McLaughlin) “The Sociology of Knowledge,” pp 239-248 in Clifton D. Bryant and Dennis L. Peck (eds.) The Handbook of 21st Century Sociology, Volume 2. Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications.

2007. (with N. McLaughlin) “Canadian Sociology,” pp 69-77 in Clifton D. Bryant and Dennis L. Peck’s (eds.) The Handbook of 21st Century Sociology, Volume 1. Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications.

2005. “Advancing in the Amateur Chess World,” pp 300-311 in D. Pawluch, W. Shaffir and C. Miall (eds.) Doing Ethnography: Studying Everyday Life. Toronto: Canadian Scholar’s Press.