About 40 results for the topic "sociology of knowledge"
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Knowledge. barnes, b. and bloor, d., (1982) "relativism, rationalism, and the sociology of knowledge" from hollis,. m. and lukes, s., rationality and ...
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By kh wolff · 1943 · cited by 25 — i. introduction. two distinct attitudes have been adopted by investigat in the field of the sociology of knowledge. one of them may be called spe.
By m fourcade · 2010 · cited by 53 — sociology has a simple answer: we have learned it. since we were little, we have learned to relate to the world through categories that our ...
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Full-fledged theory in the sociology of knowledge lends itself to classification in terms of the following paradigm. paradigm for the sociology of knowledge. 1.
By ed mccarthy · cited by 16 — practices based on the enlargement and diffu- sion of knowledge enable a much larger seg- ment of society effectively to oppose power.
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By l schafer · 1986 · cited by 119 — review: ludwik fleck and the sociology of knowledge. reviewed work(s): genesis and development of a scientific fact by ludwik fleck, f.
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By s shapin · 1995 · cited by 712 — sociology of scientific knowledge. steven shapin. department of sociology and science studies program, university of california,. san diego, la jolla, ...
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Identity as a problem in. the sociology of knowledge: the social construction of. aboriginal identity with special. reference to the 'world' of. education.
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Sociology of knowledge has become one of the classics in sociological thinking. in neoinstitutional theory, it is still among the.