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Constructing Social Research Objects
Constructionism in research practice370
Constructing Social Research Objects is the third volume on theoretically driven methodology in the social sciences edited by Hakon Leiulfsrud and Peter Sohlberg. This essential new volume explains how to identify sociological research objects, and explores the art of living theory. Theoretical concepts such as social structure, the Global South, social bonds, organizations and management are examined and developed by a broad range of the discipline's most influential authors. The methodological chapters-including critical notes on sociology and the uses of statistics, the value of thought experiments in sociology, how to research subjects in time and space, and the academic 'star war' between Pierre Bourdieu and Dorothy E. Smith-offer indispensable insights for researchers and students interested in theoretical construction work in the social sciences. Contributors are: Goeran Ahrne, Michela Betta, Harriet Bjerrum Nielsen, Michael Burawoy, Raju Das, David Fasenfest, Raimund Hasse, Johs Hjellbrekke, Hakon Leiulfsrud, Emil A. Royrvik, John Scott, Peter Sohlberg, Karin Widerberg and Richard Swedberg.
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Hakon Leiulfsrud is Professor in Sociology at Norwegian University of Science and Technology. He has published his work in the field of sociology with a special interest in social inequality, class and social stratification, labour market, and welfare state issues. He has been teaching sociological theory, courses in social inequality and welfare state, and research methods in Trondheim since the mid 1990s. Peter Sohlberg is Professor in Philosophy of Social Science and Sociology at Norwegian University of Science and Technology. He has published his work in the fields of philosophy of science, sociology, and social psychology. He has been teaching social theory and philosophy of social science since the early 1990s in Uppsala, Stockholm and Trondheim. His most recent book is Functionalist Construction Work in Social Science. The Lost Heritage.
Preface List of Figures and Tables Notes on Contributors 1 Introduction Hakon Leiulfsrud and Peter Sohlberg 2 How Do You Establish the Research Object in Sociology? Richard Swedberg 3 Historical Epistemology, Sociology, and Statistics Johs Hjellbrekke 4 Constructing Social Structure John Scott 5 Constructing the Conceptual Tools for the Global South David Fasenfest and Raju J. Das 6 The Significance of Social Bonds Goeran Ahrne 7 Organisations as a Sociological Research Object How Schools Reproduce Inequality Raimund Hasse 8 Broken Promises and Lost Qualities Constructing Management as a Research Object in Sociology and Anthropology Emil Andre Royrvik 9 On Thought Experiments in Sociology and the Power of Thinking Michela Betta and Richard Swedberg 10 Constructing and Researching the Object in Time and Space Harriet Bjerrum Nielsen 11 Academic Star Wars Pierre Bourdieu and Dorothy E. Smith on Academic Work Karin Widerberg 12 Living Theory Reflections on Four Decades of Teaching Social Theory Michael Burawoy 13 Postscript Peter Sohlberg and Hakon Leiulfsrud Index