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participants, about their expectations and their expectations of (others’) expectations, the social sciences need to focus on the underlying affective constellations. Instead, these matters have been left almost entirely to scholars from other disciplines, such as Johan Huizinga, a scholar of cultural history. Even when emotional elements come into view, these are stripped off of all affective elements. This is precisely what happens in Erving Goffman’s famous the- ory of play. At first sight, Goffman’s dramaturgical analysis seems to account for the affective

. In: World Politics 9.3 (1957), 383-400. Easton, David: A framework for political analysis. New Jersey: Prentice-Hall 1965a. Easton, David: A System’s Analysis of Political Life. New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons 1965b. Easton, David: A Re-assessment of the Concept of Political Support. In: British Journal of Political Science 5.4 (1975), 435-457. Ercan, Selen A., Carolyn M. Hendriks, und John S. Dryzek: Performing protests in public deliberation: A dramaturgical analysis of knitting nannas. Working Paper, präsentiert beim World Congress of International Political