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Department
Communication
Course Code
CMNS 428
Professor
Roman Onufrijchuk

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INTERACTION RITUAL
CHAINS
By Randall Collins
Collins, R. (2004) Interaction Ritual Chains. Princeton, New Jersey: Prineton University
Press.
CMNS 428: AFFECT (A2)
Roman Onufrijchuk
August 15, 2010
Group Collaborators:
Tyson Stanley (3-46)
Theresa Quach (47-95)
Gemma Bishop (95-133)
Steffen Quong (133-171)
Kevin Church (171-211)
Jessica Sutherland (211-257)
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Mandy Tam (258-296)
Yankie Chan (297-337)
Amy Fernets (297-337)
Ovey Yeung (Editor)
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1 - The Program of Interaction Ritual Theory (3)
i.i Situation rather than Individual as Starting Point (3)
i.ii Conflicting Terminologies (7)
i.iii Traditions of Ritual Analysis (9)
i.iv Subcognitive Ritualism (9)
i.v Functionalist Ritualism (13)
i.vi Goffmans Interaction Ritual (16)
i.vii The Code-Seeking Program (25)
i.viii The Cultural Turn (30)
i.ix Classic Origins of IR Theory in Durkheims Sociology of Religion (32)
i.x The Significance of Interaction Ritual for General Sociological Theory (40)
CHAPTER 2 - The Mutual-Focus / Emotional-Entrainment
Model (47)
ii.i Ritual Ingredients, Processes, and Outcomes (47)
ii.ii Formal Rituals and Natural Rituals (49)
ii.iii Failed Rituals, Empty Rituals, Forced Rituals (50)
ii.iv Is Bodily Presence Necessary? (53)
ii.v The Micro-Process of Collective Entrainment in Natural Rituals (65)
ii.vi Conversational Turn-Taking as Rhythmic Entrainment (66)
ii.vii Experimental and Micro-Observational Evidence on Rhythmic Coordination
and Emotional Entrainment (75)
ii.viii Joint Attention as Key to Development of Shared Symbols (79)
ii.ix Solidarity Prolonged and Stored in Symbols (81)
ii.x The Creation of Solidarity Symbols in 9/11 (88)
ii.xi Rules for Unraveling Symbols (95)
CHAPTER 3 - Emotional Energy and the Transient
Emotions (102)
iii.i Disruptive and Long-term Emotions, or Dramatic Emotions and Emotional
Energy (105)
iii.ii Interaction Ritual as Emotion Transformer (107)
iii.iii Stratified Interaction Rituals (111)
iii.iv Power Rituals (112)
iii.v Status Rituals(115)
iii.vi Effects on Long-Term Emotions: Emotional Energy (118)
iii.vii Emotion Contest and Conflict Situations (121)
iii.viii Short-Term or Dramatic Emotions (125)
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