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Introduction: The aims of this paper 
.L Action through Self- interact ion 

2. Society as Joint Actions 

3. Sco.eiety as "a changeable process" 

4. Toward the empirical study of Blumer's theory 

Herbert BluinerCBlunver^ Herbert. George, 1900-1987) was (and has been) one of the leading 
figures in American Sociology. According lo Tamotsu Shibutani who has been one of Blumer's 
students, "it is too early for a final assessment of Blumer's work: That will have to wait until the 
twenty-first century,, when future historians will be able to see what remains of current Sociology. 
It seems likely that many of his view will prevai V (Shibutani, T., 1988, Herbert Blumer's 
Contribution to Twentieth-Century; Sociology, Symbolic Interaction. Mo. 11, p.30) . fa 
particular, among his works, the formulation of "Symbolic Inieractionism'' based, on the. thoughts 
of Chicago Sociology and Fragmatists— especially, G.H, Mead- has been highly evaluated not 
only in American Sociology, but also in European and Japanese Sociology. 

It is well known that the Chicago School of Symbolic iritcraciionisn"i--a.ne trend of the "Chicago 
Renaissance''— represented by the works of Btumer has criticized both the sociological position of 
Structural-Functionslism represented by the works of T. .Parsons and the Sociological Positivism 
or Operational Ism represented fay the works of G.A. Lundberg, and has tried to develop an 
alternative perspective (conceptual framework) and a research method. Especially, on its 
perspective., its conception of society, i.e.* ''Society as a Dynamic Process", has been much 
evaluated in Japanese sociological community. This conception of society sees human society as 
the one being continually constructed and reconstructed by the "active individual" (Mamoru 
Funatsu) , or as a changeable process. 

The main purpose of this paper is to examine the theory of Symbolic Interactionism formulated 
by H.G.Biumer, from the following viewpoints; 
' l) How does Symbolic Interactionism understand "socialization" % 

2) How does Symbolic Interactionism understand "Vergesdlsehaftung" (Sirnmel, G.) ?, 

3) Why must human, society be understood as "a changeable process" in Symbolic 
Interactionism 'L 

As the result of our examining, the next things have been clarified; 

1) Blumer thinks of "socialization" as a process, i.e., the process in which the two 
'Tram e works" ("schemes of definition" and ''generalized roles") that have been acquired by an 
actor through interactions with "groups of others",, guide his/her interpretations/definitions, 

2) In Blumer's theory, "Society" is seen to be possible only when each of the actors in 
interactions can grasp properly the two "standpoints" ("standpoint of the other" and "one's own 
standpoint in the eyes of the other") through doing a kind of self-interaction. i,e., "taking into 
account of taking into account". According to B 1 timer 4 to make society be possible, each actor 
"has to catch the other as a subject, or in terms of his being the initiator and director of his acts; 
thus one is led to identify what the persons means, what are his intentions and how he may act 
Each party to the interaction does this and thus not only takes the other into account, but takes 
him into account as one who, to turn, is taking him into account" (Blumer, H.G., 1969, Symbolic 
InteracllomsnK Prentice-Mai], p.l09) . 

3) Because of the nature of "others" ("black boxness") , all the actors interacting with others 
are seen to be necessarily forced to revise their Interpretations/definitions cominuaOy. This is the 
reason why the "society" must be understood as "a changeable process' 1 . These three things have 
been clarified. 

Finally, we have tried to review critically the research method of Symbolic InteracdonismCi.e.,. 
the approach from the "standpoint of the actor") , based on the conception of man and society that 
has been clarified in the earlier chapters of this paper. As the result of our reviewing, the next two 
points have been proved. That is; 4) In doing the approach from the ".standpoint of the actor", 
only an "individual" can be included in the category of ■'actor", and 5) the "standpoint of the 




(and must) be one of our Important tasks in future. In addition, this essay is the summary of my 
next two articles: Kuwabara,' T., 20(31, Introduction to a sociological perspective of Symbolic 
Interactionism ( 3) ( The Summary of a. doctoral dissertation, Tohoku University) , 
KEIZAICAKU-RONSHU- OF KAGQSHIMA UNIVERSITYi ISSN=G389-Qi04> ,Nq,54, The 
Economic Society of Kagoshima University, p.p.69-86; Kuwahara, T,, 2G05 5 The Essence of 
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