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Method in Social Science

Revised 2nd Edition

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'A thoroughly absorbing and at times quite stunning book.' - Sociological Review

'A challenging, illuminating, clearly written and very useful contribution to the literature.' - Sociology

'Sayer's book is refreshing in that it is written in plain English while tackling some major problems of explanation in social science in a rigorous fashion ... it would be eminently suitable reading for a seminar course in methodology.' - Geography

'...unconditionally recommended for geographers...This is the most sophisticated and well developed book on geographic method to appear in years. Sayer seeks nothing less than a complete overhaul of discourse in the social sciences.' - Annals of the Association of American Geographers

"Sayer is one of the most profound thinkers and researchers of our time – cogent, lucid and provocative on the key issues of our day. Method in Social Science has been an essential guide on epistemology and methodology for 25 years - written not only for researchers and colleagues in the social sciences but also for students." -
Mark Smith, Open University, UK

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Forlag
Routledge
Språk
Engelsk
ISBN
9781136961915
Utgave
2. utg.
Utgivelsesår
2010

Om forfatteren

Andrew Sayer is a Professorin thedepartment of Sociology at the University of Lancaster. His research interests include social theory and political economy, and the philosophy of social research. Recent publications include The New Social Economy: Reworking the Division of Labor (Blackwell, 1992), Realism and Social Science (Sage, 2000), and The Moral Significance of Class (Cambridge University Press, 2005).

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«

'A thoroughly absorbing and at times quite stunning book.' - Sociological Review

'A challenging, illuminating, clearly written and very useful contribution to the literature.' - Sociology

'Sayer's book is refreshing in that it is written in plain English while tackling some major problems of explanation in social science in a rigorous fashion ... it would be eminently suitable reading for a seminar course in methodology.' - Geography

'...unconditionally recommended for geographers...This is the most sophisticated and well developed book on geographic method to appear in years. Sayer seeks nothing less than a complete overhaul of discourse in the social sciences.' - Annals of the Association of American Geographers

"Sayer is one of the most profound thinkers and researchers of our time – cogent, lucid and provocative on the key issues of our day. Method in Social Science has been an essential guide on epistemology and methodology for 25 years - written not only for researchers and colleagues in the social sciences but also for students." -
Mark Smith, Open University, UK

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