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Robert K. Merton : sociology of science and sociology as science / edited by Craig Calhoun
Alternate Title Sociology of science and sociology as science
New York : Columbia University Press, c2010
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 3rd Floor  HM477.U6 R63 2010    AVAILABLE
Subject Merton, Robert King, 1910-2003
Subject(s) Sociologists -- United States
Sociology -- United States
Science -- Social aspects
Science -- Philosophy
Physical Description xii, 320 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents On Merton's legacy and contemporary sociology / Craig Calhoun -- Reflections on a common theme: establishing the phenomenon, adumbration, and ideal types / Alejandro Portes -- Mechanisms of the middle range / Charles Tilly -- Eliding the theory/research and basic/applied divides: implications of Merton's middle range / Robert J. Sampson -- The contributions of Robert K. Merton to culture theory / Cynthia Fuchs Epstein -- Culture and uncertainty / Viviana A. Zelizer -- "Paradigm for the sociology of science" / Thomas F. Gieryn -- A critical reconsideration of the ethos and autonomy of science / Aaron L. Panofsky -- Merton, Mannheim, and the sociology of knowledge / Alan Sica -- The ethos of science and the ethos of democracy / Ragnvald Kalleberg -- Merton's sociology of rhetoric / Peter Simonson -- On sociological semantics as an evolving research program / Harriet Zuckerman -- How Merton sociologizes the history of ideas / Charles Camic
Series Columbia/SSRC book
Alternate Author Calhoun, Craig J., 1952-

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