Natalia Ruiz-Junco, Ph.D.

Publications

Books

  • Vom Lehn, Dirk, Natalia Ruiz-Junco, and Will Gibson (eds). Forthcoming. Routledge International Handbook of Interactionism. London and New York: Routledge.
  • Ruiz-Junco, Natalia and Baptiste Brossard (eds). 2019. Updating Charles H. Cooley: Contemporary Perspectives on a Sociological Classic. London and New York: Routledge.

Articles and Chapters

  • Ruiz-Junco, Natalia and Daniel R. Morrison. 2019. “Empathy as Care: The Model of Palliative Medicine.” Society.

  • Ruiz-Junco, Natalia, and Baptiste Brossard. 2019. “Cooley and the Sociological Canon: An Enigmatic Case.” In Updating Charles H. Cooley: Contemporary Perspectives on a Sociological Classic. London and New York: Routledge.

  • Brossard, Baptiste, and Natalia Ruiz-Junco. 2019. “Introduction.” In Updating Charles H. Cooley: Contemporary Perspectives on a Sociological Classic. London and New York: Routledge.
  • Brossard, Baptiste, and Natalia Ruiz-Junco. 2019. “Conclusion: Contemporary Perspectives on a Sociological Classic.” In Updating Charles H. Cooley: Contemporary Perspectives on a Sociological Classic. London and New York: Routledge.
  • Ruiz-Junco, Natalia. 2017. “Advancing the Sociology of Empathy: A Proposal” Symbolic Interaction
  • Ruiz-Junco, Natalia. 2016. “In Search of Lost Mead” Contemporary Sociology
  • Ruiz-Junco, Natalia. 2016. “The Persistence of the Power Deficit? Advancing Power Premises in Contemporary Interactionist Theory.” Studies in Symbolic Interaction
  • Ruiz-Junco, Natalia and Scott Hunt. 2016. “Identity” in Protest Cultures: A Companion. New York & Oxford: Berghahn Books.
  • Ruiz-Junco, Natalia. 2013. “Feeling Social Movements: Theoretical Contributions to Social Movement Research on Emotions” Sociology Compass 7:45–54
  • Ruiz-Junco, Natalia. 2011. “Losing Neutrality in Your Everyday Life:” Framing Experience and Activist Identity Construction in the Spanish Environmental Movement” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 40:713–733.
  • Ruiz-Junco, Natalia and Salvador Vidal-Ortiz. 2011. “Autoethnography: The Sociological through the Personal.” Pp. 193-211 in New Directions in Sociology: Essays on Theory and Methodology in the 21st Century edited by Ieva Zake and Michael DeCesare. Jefferson, NC: McFarland Publishers. [first author]
  • Ruiz-Junco, Natalia. 2011. “Stranger to You and Stranger to Myself? Theorizing Self-estrangement.” Current Perspectives in Social Theory 29:147-168.
  • Ruiz-Junco, Natalia. 2011. “Santayana: Entering Into the Drama of his Social Thought.” Studies in Symbolic Interaction 36:137-160.
  • Ruiz Junco, Natalia. 2008. “The Passages of Theory: A Critical Interpretation of the Ortega-Mead Connection.” Studies in Symbolic Interaction 31:81-100.
  • Mangieri, Tina, Matt McCourt, Natalia Ruiz-Junco, and Jeff West. 2004. “Rethinking Politics, Scholarship, and Economics: disClosure interviews David F. Ruccio” disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory 13:39-64.
  • Hollis, Jessica, Natalia Ruiz-Junco, and Brett Smith. 2003. “Discourse and Civil Repair: disClosure interviews Jeffrey C. Alexander” disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory 12:33-47.

Special Issues

  • Hunt, Scott A., and Natalia Ruiz Junco. 2006. “Introduction to Two Thematic Issues: Defective Memory and Analytical Autoethnography.” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 35:371-372.

Book Reviews

Other Publications

  • Report for The Sociologist. 2010. Newsletter of the District of Columbia Sociological Society. Volume 43 Issue 2.
  • Report for The Sociologist. 2010. Newsletter of the District of Columbia Sociological Society. Volume 43 Issue 3.

Last Updated: April 07, 2019