A Question of Knowledge

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Prentice Hall, 2000 - Social Science - 188 pages
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This book uniquely illustrates the key concepts and issues involved with recent examples drawn from empirical research, highlighting the practical relevance of difficult theoretical and philosophical concepts to the way in which we think and talk about knowledge both in an everyday and in an academic/ sociological context.

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Knowledge is
15
Classification as revelation
36
Whose truth will rule?
57
Copyright

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Richenda Power is an Associate Lecturer in the Social Sciences at the Open University.

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