This article presents achievements resulting from the unexpectedly dynamic development of the sociology of emotions since the 1970s. It recalls traditions of studying emotions from the classics of sociology and discusses why those traditions were forgotten for several decades. Sources of the recent rise of sociological interest in emotions are sought on the one hand in processes of social change at...
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