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Assumptions about the Nature of Social Science
Assumptions about the Nature of Society
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Althusser analysis analytical scheme approach argued assumptions behaviour Bukharin bureaucratic capitalism chapter characterised Colletti concept conceptualisations concerned conflict consciousness contemporary context contingency theory critical theory critique discussion domination elements emphasises empirical environment epistemological epistemology equilibrium ethnomethodology everyday example factors focus frame of reference functional functionalist paradigm Gouldner Hawthorne Hawthorne studies hermeneutics human Husserl individual influence interaction interactionism interests interpretive paradigm Marx Marx's Marxism means Merton nature notion objectivist ontological open systems organisation theory orientation particularly perspective phenomenological philosophy pluralist pluralist theory positivist problems radical humanist paradigm radical structuralist paradigm radical Weberian recognised reflected relations relationship role Schutz seen Selznick Silverman social reality social science social system theory social theory social world society socio-technical systems sociological positivism sociology solipsism structure study of organisations subjective subjective idealism subsystem symbolic interactionism systems theory theoretical theorists theory of organisations tion tradition understanding Weber Whilst