3 edition of crisis in the social sciences found in the catalog.
crisis in the social sciences
|LC Classifications||H53.N6 N95 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||89 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||89|
This book examines how 20 th century theorists have used a discourse of “crisis” to frame their conceptualizations of modernity. Through an investigation of four key thinkers (Georg Lukács, Hannah Arendt, Reinhart Koselleck and Jürgen Habermas), Gilbert argues that scholars in the social sciences and humanities should be cautious of treating crises as explananda for . Social Sciences of Crisis Thinking represents a new scholarly discipline whose aim is to investigate the mechanisms of and responses to various crises that arise in society from a social sciences perspective. Launched in , it is a four-year, institute-wide project carried out by the entire Institute of Social Sciences of the University of.
Library of Social Science Book Reviews identifies the best scholarly books and brings them to people’s attention through substantive review essays written by top scholars. The review essays that we publish are thoughtful commentaries that engage an author’s arguments and articulate the implications of the book’s ideas, placing them in the. This results in the well known distinction between philosophy and science. We are still today in a situation where one may speak of an un-philosophic science, or an un-scientific philosophy. This contradiction leads to the deepest dilemma of modern life, a crisis in modern life.
In the latest issue of Administrative Science Quarterly, Peer C. Fiss of the University of Southern California published a book review of “ Markets on Trial: The Economic Sociology of the U.S. Financial Crisis, ” edited by Michael Lounsbury and Paul M. Hirsch. As the most recent in a long line of market crashes, the devastating financial crisis of has been . People have been proclaiming the imminent extinction of the humanities for decades. A best-selling volume in warned that a science-focused world left no room for humane pursuits, even as Baby Boomers began to flood the English and history departments of new universities.
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In this chapter the basic position of the book will be delineated. This is very much about the crisis of our social sciences and about a concomitant distorted worldview.
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The social sciences are the fields of scholarship that study society. "Social science" is commonly used as an umbrella term to refer to a plurality of fields outside of the natural sciences. These include: anthropology, archaeology, business administration, criminology, economics, education, geography, linguistics, political science, sociology.
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Fifty years ago, a book by Thomas Kuhn altered the way we look at the philosophy behind science, as well as introducing the much abused phrase 'paradigm shift', as John Naughton explains. This book addresses the crisis and the associated “extraordinary science” (Thomas Kuhn's term for scientific research during a state of crisis) from the perspective of philosophy of science.
The goal is to help reconcile the competing claims of science and phenomenology within psychiatry and to offer new insights for the philosophy of science. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hart, Hornell, Social science and the atomic crisis.
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The recent debate about the SSH in the EC research programmes has focused on the possibility for the SSH to find its place in the Grand Societal Challenges and the Innovation Agenda. This paper will show how and why. Though social sciences in India grew under the shadow of colo-nialism there was an attempt to build such kaleidoscopic and competing world views and practices in social sciences, at least in some universities.
In the initial three decades after independence, this experi-ence became the model of what comprise good social sciences and its practices. This unique book is the first comprehensive guide to the discovery, analysis, and evaluation of natural experiments - an increasingly popular methodology in the social sciences.
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The Anthropocene and the Global Environmental Crisis captures some of the radical new thinking prompted by the arrival of the Anthropocene and opens up the social sciences and humanities to the profound meaning of the new geological epoch, the ‘Age of Humans’. Drawing on the expertise of world-recognised scholars and thought-provoking intellectuals, the book explores 5/5(2).The replication crisis (or replicability crisis or reproducibility crisis) is, as ofan ongoing methodological crisis in which it has been found that many scientific studies are difficult or impossible to replicate or replication crisis affects the social sciences and medicine most severely.
The crisis has long-standing roots; the phrase was coined in the. The crisis intensified in when a group of psychologists, which included Nosek, published a report in Science with evidence of an overarching problem: When psychologists tried to replicate experiments published in top journals, only around 40 percent of the studies held up.