Thinking about Society: Theory and Practice

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Springer Science & Business Media, 6. pro 2012. - Broj stranica: 523
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I. C. Jarvie was trained as a social anthropologist in the center of British social anthropology - the London School of Economics, where Bronislaw Malinowski was the object of ancestor worship. Jarvie's doctorate was in philosophy, however, under the guidance of Karl Popper and John Watkins. He changed his department not as a defector but as a rebel, attempting to exorcize the ancestral spirit. He criticized the method of participant obser vation not as useless but as not comprehensive: it is neither necessary nor sufficient for the making of certain contributions to anthropology; rather, it all depends on the problem-situation. And so Jarvie remained an anthro pologist at heart, who, in addition to some studies in rather conventional anthropological or sociological molds, also studied the tribe of social scien tists, but also critically examining their problems - especially their overall, rather philosophical problems, but not always so: a few of the studies in cluded in this volume exemplify his work on specific issues, whether of technology, or architecture, or nationalism in the academy, or moviemaking, or even movies exhibiting excessive sex and violence. These studies attract his attention both on account of their own merit and on account of their need for new and powerful research tools, such as those which he has forged in his own intellectual workshop over the last two decades.
 

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THE NOTION OF A SOCIAL SCIENCE
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SOCIAL PERCEPTION AND SOCIAL CHANGE
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REALISM AND THE SUPPOSE D POVERTY
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RATIONALITY AND RELATIVISM
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LIMITS TO FUNCTIONALISM AND ALTERNA
51
POPPER ON THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN
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ON THE OBJECTIVITY OF ANTH ROPOLOGY
145
THE PROBLEM OF ETHICAL INTEGRITY
152
METHODOLOGICAL AND CONCEPTUAL PROB
390
Who Produces Pornography?
417
What Does Pornography Portray
424
Who Consumes Pornography?
427
Why Pornography in Consumed
429
Pornography in its Social Context
446
Who MakesConsumes AntiPornographic Ma terial?
453
Social Science and the Study of Pornography
456

A NTH ROPOLOGY AS SCIENCE AND THE
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ON THE LIMITS OF SYM BOLIC INTERPRETA
197
THE PROBLEM OF THE ETHNOGRAPHIC REAL
212
ANTHROPOLOGISTS AND THE IRRATIONAL
233
FREEMAN ON MEAD
257
THE OBJECTIVITY OF CRITICISM OF
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THE RATIONALITY OF CREATIVITY
282
TECHNOLOGY AND THE STRUCTURE
302
IS TECHNOLOGY UNNATURA
322
NATIONALISM AND THE SOCIAL SCIENCES
352
EXPLORATIONS IN THE SOCIAL CAREER
368
Conclusion
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SOURCES
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LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
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IND EXES
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