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Философско-методологические проблемы социального и гуманитарного знания

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Тема 12:
Структура и специфика социально-гуманитарного знания

  1. AGAR, J. G. A.
    Cohen's Functional Explanation A Critical Realist Analysis [Text]

    / Joly Agar // Philosophy of the Social Sciences. - 2003. - Vol. 33, N 3. - P. 291-310.

  2. Alatas, S.H.
    The Autonomous, the Universal and the Future of Sociology [Text]

    / Syed Hussein Alatas // Current Sociology. - 2006. - Vol. 54, N 1. - P. 7-23.

  3. Alexandrova, A.
    Connecting Economic Models to the Real World Game Theory and the FCC Spectrum Auctions [Text]

    / Anna Alexandrova // Philosophy of the Social Sciences. - 2006. - Vol. 36, N 2. - P. 173-192.

  4. Allardt, E.
    The Future of the Social Sciences in the 21th Centure - A Comment [Text]

    / Eric Allardt // Current Sociology. - 1999. - Vol. 47, N 4. - P. 13-17.

  5. BOLAND, L.A.
    Dealing with Popper in Economic Methodology [Text]

    / Lawrence A. Boland // Philosophy of the Social Sciences. - 2003. - Vol. 33, N 4. - P. 479-498.

  6. BUNGE, M.
    How Does It Work? The Search for Explanatory Mechanisms [Text]}

    / Mario Bunge // Philosophy of the Social Sciences. - 2004. - Vol. 34, N 2. - P. 182-210.

  7. Chernilo, D.
    Social Theory's Methodological Nationalism Myth and Reality[Text]

    / Daniel Chernilo // European Journal of Social Theory. - 2006. - Vol. 9, N 1. - P. 5-22.

  8. Flick, U.
    Qualitative research - state of the art [Text]

    / Uwe Flick // Social Science Information. - 2002. - Vol. 41, N 1. - P. 5-24.

  9. GARDINER, M.E.
    Marxism and the convergence of utopia and the everyday [Text]

    / Michael E. Gardiner // History of the Human Sciences. - 2006. - Vol. 19, N 3. - P. 1-32.

  10. Goldstick, D.
    THE FABRICATION METAPHOR [Text]

    / D. Goldstick // Ratio. - 2008. - Vol. 21, N 1. - P. 28-41

  11. Goldstone, J.A.
    A History and Sociology of Historical Sociology [Text]

    / Jack A. Goldstone // International Journal of Comparative Sociology. - 2006. - Vol. 47, N 5. - P. 359-369.

  12. HAMMERSLEY, M.
    Should Social Science Be Critical? [Text]

    / Martin Hammersley // Philosophy of the Social Sciences. - 2005. - Vol. 35, N 2. - P. 175-195.

  13. Herrera, C.D.
    A Clash of Methodology and Ethics in ?Undercover? Social Sciencen [Text]

    / C. D. Herrera // Philosophy of the Social Sciences. - 2003. - Vol. 33, N 3. - P. 351-362.

  14. Kageyama, Y.
    Openness to the Unknown The Role of Falsifiability in Search of Better Knowledge [Text]

    / Yasuyuki Kageyama // Philosophy of the Social Sciences. - 2003. - Vol. 33, N 1. - P. 100-121.

  15. Keita, L.
    Practical Rationality in Social Science Explanation A Reply to Terrence Kelly [Text]

    / Lansana Keita // Philosophy of the Social Sciences. - 2006. - Vol. 36, N 2. - P. 219-226.

  16. Kemp, S.
    Toward a Monistic Theory of Science The 'Strong Programme' Reconsidered [Text]

    / Stephen Kemp // Philosophy of the Social Sciences. - 2003. - Vol. 33, N 3. - P. 311-338.

  17. Lachmann, R.
    Introduction to the Symposium How to Become a Dominant Historical Sociologist [Text]

    / Richard Lachmann // International Journal of Comparative Sociology. - 2006. - Vol. 47, N 5. - P. 339-341.

  18. Massey, D.
    Negotiating Disciplinary Boundaries [Text]

    / Richard Lachmann // International Journal of Comparative Sociology. - 2006. - Vol. 47, N 5. - P. 339-341.

  19. MAYNTZ, R.
    Mechanisms in the Analysis of Social Macro-Phenomena [Text]

    / Renate Mayntz // Philosophy of the Social Sciences. - 2004. - Vol. 34, N 2. - P. 237-259.

  20. Mosselmans, B.
    TIME AND VALUE IN THE HISTORY OF POLITICAL ECONOMY [Text]

    / BERT MOSSELMANS // Foundation Of Science. - 2004. - N 10. - P. 325–345.

  21. Newman, D.
    Borders and Bordering Towards an Interdisciplinary Dialogue [Text]

    / David Newman // European Journal of Social Theory. - 2006. - Vol. 9, N 2. - P. 171-186.

  22. Olgiati, V.
    Shifting Heuristics in the Sociological Approach to Professional Trustworthiness [Text]

    / Vittorio Olgiati // Current Sociology. - 2006. - Vol. 54, N 4. - P. 533-547.

  23. Olsen, S.H.
    The moment of theory [Text]

    / Stein Haugom Olsen // Critical Quarterly. - Vol. 49, N 4. - P. 89-120.

  24. Patel, S.
    Modernity: Sociological Categories and Identities [Text]

    / Sujata Patel // Current Sociology. - 2000. - Vol. 48, N 3. - P. 1-5.

  25. PICKEL, A.
    Introductory Note to the Second Issue on Bunge's Philosophy of Social Science [Text]

    / Andreas Pickel // Philosophy of the Social Sciences. - 2004. - Vol. 34, N 3. - P. 325-327.

  26. Reckwitz, A.
    Toward a Theory of Social Practices: A Development in Culturalist Theorizing [Text]

    / Andreas Reckwitz // European Journal of Social Theory. - 2002. - Vol. 5, N 2. - P. 243-263.

  27. Rolling, J.H.
    Visual Culture Archaeology: A Criti/Politi/cal Methodology of Image and Identity [Text]

    / James Haywood Rolling Jr. // Cultural Studies . Critical Methodologies. - 2007. - Vol. 7, N 1. - P. 3-25

  28. Rumford, C.
    Introduction Theorizing Borders [Text]

    / Chris Rumford // European Journal of Social Theory. - 2006. - Vol. 9, N 2. - P. 155-169.

  29. Saaristo, A.
    There Is No Escape from Philosophy Collective Intentionality and Empirical Social Science [Text]

    / Antti Saaristo // Philosophy of the Social Sciences. - 2006. - Vol. 36, N 1. - P. 40-66.

  30. Sassen, S.
    Towards a Sociology of Information Technology [Text]

    / Saskia Sassen // Current Sociology. - 2002. - Vol. 50, N 3. - P. 365-388.

  31. SCHATZKI, T.R.
    A New Societist Social Ontology [Text]

    / Theodore R. Schatzki // Philosophy of the Social Sciences. - 2003. - Vol. 33, N 2. - P. 174-202.

  32. Schmidt, V. H.
    Multiple Modernities or Varieties of Modernity? [Text]

    / Volker H. Schmidt // Current Sociology. - 2006. - Vol. 54, N 1. - P. 54, N 1. - P. 77-97.

  33. Schubert, H.-J.
    The Foundation of Pragmatic Sociology: Charles Horton Cooley and George Herbert Mead [Text]

    / Hans-Joachim Schubert // Journal of Classical Sociology. - 2006. - Vol. 6, N 1. - P. 51-74.

  34. Shields, R.
    Boundary-Thinking in Theories of the Present The Virtuality of Reflexive Modernization [Text]

    / Rob Shields // European Journal of Social Theory. - 2006. - Vol. 9, N 2. - P. 223-237.

  35. STEEL, D.
    Social Mechanisms and Causal Inference [Text]

    / Daniel Steel // Philosophy of the Social Sciences. - 2004. - Vol. 34, N 1. - P. 55-78.

  36. Stueber, K.R.
    How to Structure a Social Theory? A Critical Response to Anthony King's The Structure of Social Theory [Text]

    / Karsten R. Stueber // Philosophy of the Social Sciences. - 2006. - Vol. 36, N 1. - P. 95-104.

  37. Waizbort, R.
    Objectivity in Social Science Toward a Hermeneutical Evolutionary Theory [Text]

    / Ricardo Waizbort // Philosophy of the Social Sciences. - 2004. - Vol. 34, N 1. - P. 151-162.

  38. Wettersten, J.
    Problems and Meaning Today What Can We Learn from Hattiangadi?s Failed Attempt to Explain Them Together? [Text]

    / John Wettersten // Philosophy of the Social Sciences. - 2002. - Vol. 32, N 4. - P. 487-536.

  39. Wiggins, D.
    OBJECTIVITY IN ETHICS; TWO DIFFICULTIES, TWO RESPONSES [Text]

    / David Wiggins // Ratio. - 2005. - Vol. 18, N 1. - P. 1-26.

  40. ZAHLE, J.
    The Individualism-Holism Debate on Intertheoretic Reduction and the Argument from Multiple Realization [Text]

    / Julie Zahle // Philosophy of the Social Sciences. - 2003. - Vol. 33, N 1. - P. 77-99.

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