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The Dialogical Turn

Author: Charles Camic
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
ISBN: 0742576884
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Since its birth, sociology has struggled vainly to achieve an encompassing intellectual 'synthesis' as it has fought against the explosion of ideas about the social world. This volume considers an alternative response that has recently developed to conditions of intellectual fragmentation: 'the dialogical turn,' a sociological approach that welcomes a plurality of orientations and perspectives as the essential basis for establishing productive dialogue. This volume explores this exciting approach, building on the ideas of Donald N. Levine, whose extensive writings on the forms and functions of intellectual dialogue provide the point of departure for an internationally renowned group of scholars. Their innovative chapters assess the role of sociology in the conversation across contemporary academic disciplines, exploring the fundamental structural and conceptual reconstructions now taking place in the social sciences.

Interdisziplinarit T Als Lernprozess

Author: Hans Joas
Publisher: Wallstein Verlag
ISBN: 9783892448587
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Wie verändert sich wissenschaftliche Arbeit, wenn sie in multidisziplinären Institutionen verrichtet wird? Um Interdisziplinarität ist es nach Jahren der Euphorie still geworden, sie ist wissenschaftlicher Alltag. Der Band stellt den Arbeitsmodus des Max-Weber-Kollegs, einer relativ jungen Institution in der langen Geschichte der Herausbildung der Disziplinen, vor. Er greift die jüngste Debatte kritisch auf, ob funktionale Differenzierung oder die Entstehung neuer sozialer Praktiken dabei der Motor waren. Ergänzt wird diese Bilanz um eine Begründung dafür, warum es besonders die Handlungstheorie ist, die es den verschiedenen Fächern ermöglicht, sich neu aufeinander zu beziehen und ihre kulturwissenschaftliche Dimension zu erkennen. Aus dem Inhalt: Dieter Langewiesche: Einsamkeit und Gespräch. Hoffnungen eines Geisteswissenschaftlers bei der Gründung des Max-Weber-Kollegs Johan Heilbron: Das Regime der Disziplinen. Zu einer historischen Soziologie disziplinärer Wissenschaft Hans Joas: Neue Aufgaben für die Sozialwissenschaften - Eine handlungstheoretische Perspektive Silke Christiane Köser: Geschichte interdisziplinär - die Perspektiven wechseln Hans G. Kippenberg: Auf der Suche nach der entbetteten Religion

The Sage Handbook Of Social Science Methodology

Author: William Outhwaite
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1446206459
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"An excellent guidebook through different approaches to social science measurement, including the all-important route-maps that show us how to get there." - Roger Jowell, City University "In this wide-ranging collection of chapters, written by acknowledged experts in their fields, Outhwaite and Turner have brought together material in one volume which will provide an extremely important platform for consideration of the full range of contemporary analytical and methodological issues." - Charles Crothers, Auckland University of Technology This is a jewel among methods Handbooks, bringing together a formidable collection of international contributors to comment on every aspect of the various central issues, complications and controversies in the core methodological traditions. It is designed to meet the needs of those disciplinary and nondisciplinary problem-oriented social inquirers for a comprehensive overview of the methodological literature. The text is divided into 7 sections: Overviews of methodological approaches in the social sciences Cases, comparisons and theory Quantification and experiment Rationality, complexity and collectivity Interpretation, critique and postmodernity Discourse construction Engagement. Edited by two leading figures in the field, the Handbook is a landmark work in the field of research methods. More than just a 'cookbook' that teaches readers how to master techniques, it will give social scientists in all disciplines an appreciation for the full range of methodological debates today, from the quantitative to the qualitative, giving them deeper and sharpen insights into their own research questions. It will generate debate, solutions and a series of questions for researchers to exploit and develop in their research and teaching.

Dialogical Social Theory

Author: Donald N. Levine
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351294903
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In his final work, Donald N. Levine, one of the great late-twentieth-century sociological theorists, brings together diverse social thinkers. Simmel, Weber, Durkheim, Parsons, and Merton are set into a dialogue with philosophers such as Hobbes, Smith, Montesquieu, Comte, Kant, and Hegel and pragmatists such as Peirce, James, Dewey, and McKeon to describe and analyze dialogical social theory. This volume is one of Levine’s most important contributions to social theory and a worthy summation of his life’s work. Levine demonstrates that approaching social theory with a cooperative, peaceful dialogue is a superior tactic in theorizing about society. He illustrates the advantages of the dialogical model with case studies drawn from the French Philosophes, the Russian Intelligentsia, Freudian psychology, Ushiba’s aikido, and Levine’s own ethnographic work in Ethiopia. Incorporating themes that run through his lifetime’s work, such as conflict resolution, ambiguity, and varying forms of social knowledge, Levine suggests that while dialogue is an important basis for sociological theorizing, it still vies with more combative forms of discourse that lend themselves to controversy rather than cooperation, often giving theory a sense of standing still as the world moves forward. The book was nearly finished when Levine died in April 2015, but it has been brought to thoughtful and thought-provoking completion by his friend and colleague Howard G. Schneiderman. This volume will be of great interest to students and teachers of social theory and philosophy.

Handlung Und Erfahrung

Author: Bettina Hollstein
Publisher: Campus Verlag
ISBN: 3593394057
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Bei der Herausbildung des modernen sozialtheoretischen Denkens haben zwei Theorieströmungen eine zentrale Rolle gespielt: der amerikanische Pragmatismus und die deutsche Tradition des Historismus. Eine Zusammenführung der beiden damals unverbundenen Strömungen, so die These des Bandes, wäre historisch höchst fruchtbar gewesen. Die Autoren zeigen, wie eine vergleichende Bezugnahme noch heute revitalisierend auf die aktuelle Sozialtheorie und die empirischen Forschungsprogramme des Sozialen wirkt.

Methoden Transdisziplin Rer Forschung

Author: Matthias Bergmann
Publisher: Campus Verlag
ISBN: 359339197X
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Die transdisziplinäre Forschung bearbeitet komplexe gesellschaftliche Probleme, indem sie Wissen und Methoden aus verschiedenen wissenschaftlichen Fächern verknüpft und Expertise aus dem gesellschaftlichen Problemfeld einbezieht. Die Autoren beschreiben erstmals systematisch wissenschaftliche Methoden für die dabei entstehenden Integrationsaufgaben und geben Beispiele aus der Forschungspraxis.