Interactionism: Exposition and Critique offers a balanced overview of symbolic interactionism from its earliest precursors to its latest proponents and critics.
Larry T. Reynolds is Professor of Sociology at Central Michigan University and Adjunct Professor at the University of West Florida. He is former Chair of the Marxist Section of the American Sociological Association, recipient of the first annual Charles Horton Cooley Award, and past president of the North Central Sociological Association. A Fellow of the Rockport Institute, he has published in such journals as Sociometry, Sociological Quarterly, Phylon, and Current Anthropology. He is the author of A Critique of Contemporary American Sociology (1993); and Symbolic Interactionism (1994).