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The potential of Blumer's Symbolic Interactionism 

Tsukasa KUWABARA and Ayaka KIHARA 

Abstract 

Since s , Symbolic Interactionism (SI) has come to the forefront as an alternative sociological and 
social psychological perspective not only in American Sociology, but also in Sociology of the world. In the 
beginning, many scholars in the field drew fundamental ideas mainly and approvingly from Blumer's works, 
especially, from his 'three premises.' However s and s have brought many criticisms of the perspec- 

tive. Therefore, SI needed to reconsider and re-develop its perspective and method in response to the criti- 
cisms. Among those criticisms, two of those have become common and popular as the labels characterizing 
both Blumer's SI and SI as a whole. That is, on the one hand, SI has been seen as one of the subjectivist theo- 
ries, and on the other hand, it has been called micro-sociology by its very nature. In sum, there are four chal- 
lenges facing Blumer's SI: i) theorizing the influences of social structures on self- interaction; ii) theorizing the 
influences of self-interaction on social structures; iii) theorizing the social structure itself; and iv) considera- 
tion of the 'approach from "the positions of the actors'" in relationship to the macro-sociological version of 
Si's perspective. The main purpose of this paper is to examine Blumer's SI and to show the way in which his 
perspective (and method) should be reconsidered. 



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