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This reply considers how my article's approach might be extended by attention to individual, contextual, and ecological processes. I agree that individual learning and agency play important roles in ontogeny; that sociologists have conducted informative work about the interpersonal and institutional contexts shaping on-line emotion construction; and that consideration of the relational niches in which discrete emotions consolidate can help to clarify their abstract structure. Emotion construction works with nonsocial as well as social materials. © 2012 The Author(s).

Original publication

DOI

10.1177/1754073912439787

Type

Journal article

Journal

Emotion Review

Publication Date

01/07/2012

Volume

4

Pages

305 - 306