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by David D. Franks,Stephen Lyng

Sociology and the Real World epub ebook

Author: David D. Franks,Stephen Lyng
Category: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (December 20, 2001)
Pages: 208 pages
ISBN: 0742501752
ISBN13: 978-0742501751
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Professor David D. Franks is a Professor of Sociology, who in 1972 received a large Grant from NIE to study the different effects of "open" and traditional Kansas City high schools on self-esteem and the development of personal autonomy.

Professor David D. He was also granted tenure and promoted at that time. He served as chair of the faculty grievance committee and as president of the Faculty Senate. In the summer of 1977 he accepted a position as chair of the department at VCU.

In this new book Lyng and Franks argue that contemporary sociology has lost its connection to human realities. In this new book Lyng and Franks argue that contemporary sociology has lost its connection to human realities.

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Электронная книга "Edgework: The Sociology of Risk-Taking", Stephen Lyng. Stephen Lyng is Professor of Sociology at Carthage College, and author (with David D. Franks) of Sociology and the Real World. Эту книгу можно прочитать в Google Play Книгах на компьютере, а также на устройствах Android и iOS. Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте заметки, скачав книгу "Edgework: The Sociology of Risk-Taking" для чтения в офлайн-режиме.

Stephen Lyng is Professor of Sociology at Carthage College, and author (with David D. Bibliographic information. Edgework: The Sociology of Risk-taking.

David believes that a sociology book should enable the reader to understand social problems. The book looks at the variety of perspectives, including Marxism, Functionalism, Feminism, and Neo-Liberalism. David's political experience is relevant here. His transport background, as both a worker and a lecturer, is reflected in the chapters on urbanism.

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In this new book Lyng and Franks argue that contemporary sociology has lost its connection to human realities. Addressing the conceptual underpinnings of sociological practice, they argue that our warranted inhibitions about using the words: objectivity, reality and truth have been part of this loss of connection. The authors deconstruct these terms in modern and postmodern contexts, looking beyond these traditions. They then offer more coherent ways of reclaiming the lost terms by looking beyond dualistic contrasts and using a relational framework. This encourages a dialectic balance between objectivity and subjectivity helpful in addressing the world outside of sociology. The authors critique thought for thoughts sake seen as detached from embodied emotion and action on the world. They contend that as important as constant symbolic interpretation is, we are too often under the spell of our own words to even conceive of nonverbal realities. This is then applied to new ways of looking at an embodied sociology, Habermas's theory of communicative action and social problems.
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