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(2007). New Controversies in Phenomenology: Between Ethnography and Discourse.
In: Outhwaite, William and Turner, Stephen P. eds.
Handbook of Social Science Methodology.
London, UK: Sage Publications, pp. 384–404.
About the book: This book is designed to meet the needs of those disciplinary and nondisciplinary problem-oriented social inquirers for a comprehensive overview of the methodological literature.
The text is divided into 7 sections:
Overviews of methodological approaches in the social sciences
Cases, comparisons, and theory
Quantification and experiment
Rationality, complexity and collectivity
Interpretation, critique and postmodernity
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