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"The past decade signals a new era in terms of the need for human adaptation to its own outputs. Progress is not just electronics and robots; it’s also adaptation and correction of social structures in light of these technological advances." since as Professor Paul Romer, Nobel Laureate in Economics (and former World Bank Chief Economist) put it "M...
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"The past decade signals a new era in terms of the need for human adaptation to its own outputs. Progress is not just electronics and robots; it’s also adaptation and correction of social structures in light of these technological advances." since as Professor Paul Romer, Nobel Laureate in Economics (and former World Bank Chief Economist) put it "M...
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The purpose of this chapter is to show that there are two types of temporal theories in the study of international relations, namely, the "substituting type" and the "de-substituting type," to clarify the problems of both types, and to present the issues that must be considered in order to construct temporal studies in the future. Specifically, the...
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Conflict, a general phenomenon, exists in everyday life. It has different intrapersonal aspects (thus conflict within a person). There is also a kind of conflict that exists between two people or two groups of people. This is interpersonal conflict. It can be between a person and technology or between ideas. Conflict has been defined as a disagreem...
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What should sociologists make of nature? Pragmatism provides one possible answer to this question by centering the practical relations between humans and nonhuman nature. Stephan Bargheer’s Moral Entanglements offers perhaps the most ambitious effort to develop a pragmatist sociology of nature. The book’s polemical aim is to depose a family of theo...
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Starting point of the study is the question of how different sociological theories contributed in the analysis of the crisis, and what is the nature of this crisis and its repercussions on society and in all fields, as well as knowledge of causes and circumstances that helped to spark sectarian crisis in Iraqi society, indicating the role of the Am...
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One of the most widely agreed-upon tenets of the current “postpositivist” consensus in sociological theory is the categorical dismissal of the pursuit of value neutrality in the social and natural sciences, a pursuit that is seen as both futile and undesirable. This dismissal is based on the rejection of the “positivist” claim that mainstream scien...
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summary: Our study, which is entitled: “The student's perception of the example through the symbols of intellectual and political resistances presented in the textbook (Abd al-Hamid ibn Badis as a model)” is based on a field of study which comprises a sample of students of the fourth year of intermediate education from the two middle schools of...
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Indonesia is the world's fourth most populous nation, with about 265 million people, and has the most significant number of adherents to Islam. The country also was well known as one of the new tigers of Southeast Asia in the mid-80s with high economic development. The impressive economic growth at an average level of 5 percent, a low rate of infla...
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What are social objects and what makes them different from other realms of scientifically studied reality? How can sociology theoretically account for the relationship between objects of social reality such as norms and social structures, and their existence as objects of experience for living human actors? Contemporary sociology is characterized b...
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The theoretical paper focused on highlighting the sociology's view of disability as a social and cultural phenomenon, unlike what is considered before by the medical and psychological studies as a biological and psychological phenomenon only. Sociology of health and disease had a great contribution in the development of theoretical and conceptual i...
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Pandemia COVID-19 jako stymulator innowacyjności gospodarczej. Analiza w perspektywie społeczno-kulturowej COVID-19 pandemic as a stimulator of economic innovation. Analysis in a socio-cultural perspective Streszczenie: Artykuł podejmuje zagadnienie społeczno-kulturowych uwarunkowań innowacyjności w cza-sie pandemii COVID-19. Celem autorki jest zid...
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Rising rates of suicide over the past two decades have increased the need for wide-ranging suicide prevention efforts. One approach is to target high-risk groups, which requires the identification of the characteristics of these population sub-groups. This suicidology study was conducted using large-scale, secondary data to answer the question: usi...
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La consulta médica, la formación del personal de salud y los procesos salutogenéticos son algunos de los temas clásicos del análisis sociológico centrado en el sistema de tratamiento de enfermedades (STE) (1-11). Entre la gran diversidad de teorías sociológicas desde las que pueden emprenderse investigaciones sobre el STE, se considera que la teorí...
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How can religious ritual foster solidarity in religiously diverse communities in times of crisis? This question is crucial in social contexts characterized by increasing religious and nonreligious diversity and ongoing intersecting crises associated with violence, inequality, and climate change. Solidarity is necessary both as an immediate response...
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Fairness of Artificial Intelligence (AI) decisions has become a big challenge for governments, companies, and societies. We offer a theoretical contribution to consider AI ethics outside of high-level and top-down approaches, based on the distinction between “reality” and “world” from Luc Boltanski. To do so, we provide a new perspective on the deb...
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This article is focused on non-traditional students and graduates in their transition to the labour market, from sociological theories of cultural capital. A qualitative methodology has been employed, with 40 interviews conducted with non-traditional students and graduates, employers and university staff. Three themes are explored in the analysis:...
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The purpose of this chapter is to discuss the connections between and across Goffman’s sociological theories of social life and sociolinguistic theories of language use as communicative action. That there should be numerous points of convergence is quite obvious; Goffman’s scholarly attention was focused on the social organization of everyday life,...
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This volume investigates dystopia in twenty-first-century US fiction. Using a methodological framework based on sociology, it theorizes a correlation between the crisis of the Frontier myth and of American exceptionalism and a renewed interest in dystopian worlds. Part One illustrates the methodological framework, exploring the concept of dystopia,...
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Critical realism, championed by its proponents as the most promising post-positivist social science paradigm, has gained significant influence in the last few decades. This paper provides a critical evaluation of the critical realism movement in the hope of facilitating more fruitful dialogues between its proponents and rivalling schools of sociolo...
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The article analyses the centrality of new media platforms in the everyday life of contemporary India. It claims that the representations of everyday life saturated with media technology in films and web series helps us to understand the ways new media has become central to the life experience in India over a rather short period. By engaging with p...
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Aprovecho la oportunidad para saludarlo/a y comunicarle que su ponencia: Algunas discusiones actuales en la teoría sociológica, presentada al XXXII Congreso Internacional ALAS Perú: Hacia un nuevo horizonte de sentido histórico de una civilización de vida, ha sido APROBADA por los coordinadores de su Grupo de Trabajo. La presidencia y el Comité org...
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A partir dos estudos iniciais da epistemologia de Ludwik Fleck (1896-1961) e da sociologia de Pierre Bourdieu (1930-2002), buscamos responder: De que modo se constituem os elementos que compõem o campo científico da História da educação matemática no Brasil, os processos de criação, de representação e legitimação, os agentes, os estilos de pensamen...
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Resumo: Este artigo analisa a obra "Como observar: morais e costumes", de Harriet Martineau, demonstrando que esta foi pioneira em pesquisa sociológica e no desenvolvimento de técnicas para a coleta de dados, problematizou a relação do pesquisador com o objeto e as instituições sociais, a conduta ética e empática. Para tanto, utiliza o método da pe...
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This study sought to shed light on the importance of the principle of monotheism based on worshiping the One God, adhering to His commands, and avoiding His prohibitions in laying the foundations of a sociological theory from an Islamic perspective. This study, which was divided into two parts, has shown a part that deals with monotheism from the a...
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Ambivalence, the vacillation between conflicting feelings and thoughts, is a key characteristic of scientific knowledge production and emergent biomedical technology. Drawing from sociological theory on ambivalence, we have examined three areas of debate surrounding the early implementation of HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, for gay, bisexua...
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Sustainability is a discursive master-frame that has dominated eco-political debates and official policy making for some considerable time. Yet, today, an increasing number of scholars are suggesting that it is an exhausted eco-political paradigm. Its rise, decline and ongoing substitution are the subject of this contribution. It explores under wha...
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The ecological movement of students at the Asy-Syarifiy Pandanwangi Islamic Boarding School, Tempeh, Lumajang, East Java, Indonesia during the Covid-19 pandemic that runs the daily lives of students is very interesting to study because the Qur'an is not only read and studied as a compulsory subject for boarding schools. pesantren, but also make the...
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This article undertakes a defense of secularism, much maligned by postmodernists and multiculturalists. First, secularism as a normative political principle is conceptually distinguished from the discredited sociological theory of secularization and, second, it is treated as a project of free and equal citizenship. The conceptual discussion is comp...
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There is an ongoing political debate on whether certain groups can be considered the electoral backbone of right-wing populist parties. On the one hand, it is argued that there is no concept of a “typical voter” for right-wing populists; on the other hand, some studies of election campaigns in different countries show that it is possible to define...
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As technology has changed people’s lives, criminal phenomena are also constantly evolving. Today’s digital society is changing the activities of organized crime and organized crime groups. In the digital society, very different organized crime groups coexist with different organizational models: from online cybercrime to traditional organized crime...
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INTRODUÇÃO Uma das questões amplamente debatidas e polêmicas nos cursos de pós-graduação em ciências sociais diz respeito ao conceito de teoria social "clássica"/"contemporânea" e suas interrelações. O texto analisa como a noção de "clássico" foi construída na "era dourada da sociologia" (1940-1970) e como as "novas sociologias" produzidas no últim...
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Con la presente investigación, se profundiza específicamente en esta relación para conocer y analizar por medio de diversas teorías sociológicas de la vejez, las prácticas de uso de las NTIC por parte de las personas mayores de un movimiento social determinado. With this research, we specifically delve into this relationship to understand and anal...
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Call for Papers and Special Issue Proposals Aims and Scope Journal of Language Teaching and Research (JLTR) is a scholarly peer-reviewed international scientific journal published bimonthly, focusing on theories, methods, and materials in language teaching, study and research. It provides a high profile, leading edge forum for academics, profes...
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This paper is developed from open-access databases available online in order to have an overview of the concepts regarding students' educational wellbeing. Databases that have been used to review include Sage Journals, Scopus, Google Scholar, Educational Resource Centre (ERIC), JSTOR-Journal Storage, Emerald, Science Direct, SpringerLink, Taylor an...
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Ecocritical Theory and sociological theory are used in this study as a tool to analyze literary works from an environmental point of view and relate them to the social facts they refer to. This research method is a qualitative descriptive method, while the data collection techniques use listening techniques, note-taking techniques, and library tech...
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This study aims to describe environmental wisdom in the collection of short stories Pilanggur Salusin Kisdap Banjar by Hatmiati Masy'ud, represented by Palak (Asap), Tambun (Hantu Banyu), and Tulak Bala (Tolak Bencana). Ecocritical Theory and sociological theory are used in this study as a tool to analyze literary works from an environmental perspe...
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This study aims to describe environmental wisdom in the collection of short stories Pilanggur Salusin Kisdap Banjar by Hatmiati Masy'ud, represented by Palak (Asap), Tambun (Hantu Banyu), and Tulak Bala (Tolak Bencana). Ecocritical Theory and sociological theory are used in this study as a tool to analyze literary works from an environmental perspe...
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An Overview Of Émile Durkheim’s Sociological Theories Of Suicide & Social Integration & Their Relevance To Contemporary Nursing Practice.
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This article uses a history of concept formation focused on Pierre Bourdieu’s probabilism to provide the groundwork for a probabilistic sociology. We argue that not only was Bourdieu a probabilist, but that reframing probability along heterodox lines holds empirical promise when it is also linked to new concept formation, as evident in the case of...
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Research on mixed racial and ethnic identities has developed rapidly over the past decades, increasing in theoretical scope and depth, and exploring mixedness across a growing range of national and social contexts. Recent research has highlighted the huge variations and shifts in conceptions of mixedness around the world, and the different pathways...
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This study aims to reveal the role of television in raising the level of awareness and health practice among Algerian families in light of the Covid 19 pandemic. This paper attempts to uncover the extent to which television has been investigated as a mass media to educate Algerian families. In addition to studying the contents and persuasive appeal...
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Introduction: Marx, the founder of the theory of Marxism, by emphasizing the internal contradiction of the class system, calls economic conditions the foundation of social consciousness. Marx and Engels envisaged a world in which globalized market forces reigned supreme, careless of the human damage they inflicted, and in wich the gap between rich...
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The paper pays attention to the potential role that the social control theory has in the improvement and development of previous Information-Communication Technology (ICT) Policy. Online activities are daily routine of people all around the world. Emerging information and communication technologies create numerous challenges and issues how to regul...
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This article explores settled Western migrants whose digital content provides recent, mostly Western migrants in Copenhagen with local know-how and city-related information. This new type of informal integration intermediary functions as an emerging digital component of wider urban integration industries that assist migrants with settlement and soc...
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Michael Oliver’s (1990; 2009; 2012; 2013) social model of disability inspired a sociological study aimed at improving service provision in higher education (HE) in the United Kingdom. Oliver (& Barnes, 2012, p. 30), calls for a ‘re-engagement with the real’. Therefore, a collaborative framework was applied to exploring neurodivergent student wellbe...
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Objectives This study examines the effects of a restorative justice programme in the Netherlands on educational outcomes and repeated delinquent behaviour of young people who have committed a criminal offence. Methods We use data from a field experiment, in which the participants are randomly assigned to a restorative justice programme. We link th...
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In the wake of the subprime crisis, several criticisms have been addressed to the way in which financial institutions model risk: the underlying assumptions generally accepted to estimate the economic worth of financial instruments would give a false sense of confidence to financial actors by underestimating the probability of extreme events. In re...
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The advancement of Internet technology has provided a great impetus to alleviate poverty and promote economic progress. However, studies on the negative impact that the development of the Internet may have on individual perceptions are still rare. This paper uses data from the China Family Panel Studies (CFPS) in 2018 to construct multiple economet...
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Bringing together the work of scholars from across Europe, this book shows how Simmel's categories can be used to explore contemporary issues and further shed light on trends characteristic of global modernity. Thematically organised around the major societal challenges currently faced by developed countries – those of making societies that are inc...
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The article is the second part of the essay on the phenomenon of alienation and its forms in modern societies (the first part was published in 2021, No. 4). In this part, the author focuses on technology as fetishized by the modern thinking and on various manifestations of alienation in labor, which are not only (and not so much) a consequence of p...
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The article considers the philosophical basis of Durkheims sociological theory, which consists of such metaphysical concepts as society, solidarity, sacredness and human nature. The author also focuses on the philosophical theories based on these concepts, which became the foundations of Durkheims sociological theory. There are ontological and epis...
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This article is a review of Jiř ubrts book The Sociology of Time: A Critical Overview (Cham: Palgrave Macmillan/Springer; 2021. 283 p.). The author places this work in a broader context of previous books by ubrt in order to show that all these publications analyze the past and contemporary sociological theories, and focus on historical sociology an...
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In the context of care, robots are confronted with a double extreme situation: First, a particularly high degree of humaneness and empathy is insinuated for care situations, i.e. high interaction demands are made; second, the physical and bodily perceived closeness and intimate interaction represent a new form of togetherness of humans and robots....
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Sociology of peace and conflict is lecture note presented for students of sociology. It emphasizes on sociological theories and methodological application in study of peace and conflict issues.
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This paper explores some of the implications that administrative data, defined as data initially collected for purposes other than research, will have for Sociology. Although administrative data are “found” rather than “made” and, in turn, pose several challenges, we argue that the potential of these data warrant the investment, and may lead to a n...
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Our conceptual paper presents the case for strengthening ritual theory in family business research. Ritual theory integrates various recent strands in qualitative research, such as on history, emotions, and narratives. We develop a new conceptual frame that builds on anthropological and sociological theories of rituals, while directly connecting wi...
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The main purpose of this article is to provide some guidance and inspiration for the teaching of the classics in sociology by taking a close look at the way in which Robert K. Merton taught this topic at Columbia University. The course was entitled “History of Sociological Theory (Sociology 150)” and was given between 1958 and 1968. With the help o...
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Classic sociological theories hold that rituals offer opportunities for community integration and cohesion. Rituals allow people to come together across many differences and experience similar thoughts and feelings. Death rituals raise existential questions about the purpose of society and generally foster preexisting social ties. This paper examin...
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This paper seeks to uncover the modes of justification by which sociological theo-rists legitimize the "canon" of sociological theory in practice, through the stories they tell to students in sociological theory textbooks. Specifically, we ask: how do textbook authors rationalize their decisions to include and exclude some theorists? Further, what...
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i D http://orcid.org/0000-0003-1170-6765 ARTÍCULO [SP]: Recibido: 05-octubre-2021 | Aceptado: 05-noviembre-2021 | © Autor(es) 2021. Publicado por Studia Humanitatis. Carlos García Torres La libertad como condición fundadora del derecho RESUMEN: El presente artículo comienza planteando una visión sistémica del Derecho anclada en raíces romanas cread...
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Creativity has been identified as an increasingly important graduate attribute for employment in the 21st century. As sites of significant development of disciplinary specialization, universities seem to be the natural place for creativity to be fostered. However, there remain contestations and ambiguities in the ways creativity is theorized, and t...
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This is a presentation on the elements of an employability curriculum based on sociological theory.
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Nowadays, individuals spend significant time on online social networks and microblogging websites, consuming news and expressing their opinions and viewpoints on various topics. It is an excellent source of data for various data mining applications, such as sentiment analysis. Mining this type of data presents several challenges, including the post...
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This research examines how the Jawa Pos Daily's social construction in the coverage of protests carried out by the masses before enacting the 2019 KPK Law Revision. As a content analysis research, the data used is the Java Pos news and variations in response to it using a theoretical perspective of Peter L. Berger and Thomas Luckman's social constr...
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What factors determine a minority group's extent/pattern of assimilation with the mainstream population in a country? We study this question in a dynamic multi-generation model, and formalize the sociological theory of "segmented assimilation" propounded by Portés and Zhou (1993). Our key assumptions are: there exists cultural heterogeneity within...
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Introducción El objetivo del presente documento de estudio es presentar, de forma breve, algunas teorías sociológicas que se han formulado sobre el trabajo y sus consecuencias sociales, económicas y personales, en el contexto de las grandes transformaciones materiales y económicas que viene experimentando el mundo occidental desde finales del siglo...
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Utviklingen av institusjonell etnografi som forskningstradisjon har vaert preget av et arbeid med å utvikle og klargjøre grenser for hva som er institusjonell etnografi, og hva som ikke er det. Dette grensearbeidet har bidratt til en innkaps-ling av institusjonell etnografi som en tilnaerming som kun er for spesielt interesserte og innvidde. Dette...
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Max Weber is most widely recognized for being the founder of Interpretive Sociology, with The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism regarded as his most important and widely taught work. However, being educated as a legal scholar, teaching courses in economics, and writing on economic history throughout his entire career, his body of resear...
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Most studies use survey data to study people’s prejudiced views. In a digitally connected world, research is needed on out-group sentiments expressed online. In this study, we show how one can elaborate on existing sociological theories (i.e. group threat theory, contact theory) to test whether anti-immigrant sentiments expressed on Twitter are rel...
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Old age is conventionally synonymous with the age of 65. Aging is a gradual breakdown in the structure and organism of the body, which occurs due to the intervention of time, and causes changes in the structure and function of various organs of the body, such as hair whitening and wrinkles, hair loss. These include vision loss, hearing loss, curvat...
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Sociological theory posits that social change occurs first and foremost among young people, who set trends that may eventually carry over to older citizens. This study examined to what extent this proposition applies to electoral shifts by comparing parties’ electoral gains among young (age <25) and older voters (age >24) in 21 Western established...
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Inspirada nas problemáticas sociológicas da socialização, da educação, e do controlo social, e em problemas centrais da teoria sociológica, como, por exemplo, os problemas da ordem e da conformidade, da coerção e da submissão, da construção de consensos e compromissos, da reciprocidade e da cooperação, bem como, num polo oposto, os problemas ou que...
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This paper accounted the historical contributions and relevance of Dorothy Smith and Patricia Collins feminist sociologists leading up to the development of institutional ethnography as "a sociology for people", sociology for women, text, fact and feminity and everyday world as problematic: A feminist sociology, Black feminist thought: Knowledge, c...
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z 'Post-truth' son derece genç bir kavramsallaştırma olmasına rağmen, içinde yaşadığımız dünyayı anlamak üzere sıklıkla başvurulan bir çözümleme aracına dönüşmüştür. Özellikle 2000'li yıllardan sonra yaygın kullanım alanına kavuşan 'post-truth' ile ilgili yayınların sayısı da geometrik biçimde artmaktadır. Ancak post-truth'un bir siyasal durum mu,...
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Literature that describes the setting or written by authors from eastern Indonesia becomes increasingly important as public awareness of that gap. This research fulfills that need by discussing the novel Haniyah dan Ala di Rumah Teteruga by Erni Aladjai. This research aims to describe the narrative of excommunication and selection of the ghost char...
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OBJETIVO: establecer una taxonomía a partir de las mujeres que se plasman en La ciudad y los perros. Asimismo, se explicará cuál es el rol de cada tipología hallada que se involucra en el desarrollo de los cadetes. MÉTODO: se confrontará con la teoría sociológica y los estudios críticos que se han hecho sobre la obra literaria para determinar en qu...
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This is a set of lectures on technology from a critical theory perspective given in 1990-91. Quite apart from what was explicitly offered and, therefore, went unannounced to the final year student audience, my intention was to determine what could be learned from key pieces of literature on technology for the advancement of my idea of cognitive soc...
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Suicide is steadily rising. Many blamed worsening economic conditions for this trend. Sociological theory established clear pathways between joblessness and suicide focused on status threat, shame, and consequent disruption of social relationships. However, recent empirical research provides little support for a link between unemployment and suicid...
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Four: General Sociological Journals 1- The choice of journals is based on Web of Science's SSCI (Social Science Citations Index). 2- From this list, only the journals on the Sage Publisher website were selected. Because they are keen from 2018, to set a table of contents for each issue of these journals, separate from the rest of the research pape...
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Third: Sociological Branches Journals1- The choice of journals is based on Web of Science's SSCI (Social Science Citations Index). 2- From this list, only the journals on the Sage Publisher website were selected. Because they are keen from 2018, to set a table of contents for each issue of these journals, separate from the rest of the research pape...
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Hilmi Ziya Ülken and his Understanding of Sociology Abstract: In this article, a short portrait of Hilmi Ziya Ülken is made as a sociologist. There is a specific emphasis on the various studies he conducted for the establishment of sociology asa profession and his texts on sociology written in the second half of the 1950s. The main features of the...
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1- The choice of journals is based on Web of Science's SSCI (Social Science Citations Index). 2- From this list, only the journals on the Sage Publisher website were selected. Because they are keen from 2018, to set a table of contents for each issue of these journals, separate from the rest of the research papers, this allowed me to compile these...
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Second: Sociological Theory journals SociologicalTheory&Critical Sociology & Sociological Perspectives 1- The choice of journals is based on Web of Science's SSCI (Social Science Citations Index). 2- From this list, only the journals on the Sage Publisher website were selected. Because they are keen from 2018, to set a table of contents for each...
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This study synthesizes the current theoretical knowledge to explain the relationship between neighbourhood stressors and depressive symptoms. The two most relevant sociological theories, social disorganization theory and stress process theory, are identified. The current study carefully reviewed the two theories regarding their historical developme...
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Abstract It is a fact that mixed design research in sociology is less carried out in terms of quantity than in other fields such as education, health and business. There are various reasons for this. The different strong asumptions of classical sociological theories about society and the individual, as well as the loyalty of sociologists to the ide...
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The persistence of crises in our societies and, above all, the fact that overcoming them is linked to certain political transformations raises the question not only of the nature of these crises and their corresponding transformations, but also of the capacity of democratic societies to carry them through. The perspective of political philosophy an...
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Regarding network theory, John Scott argues: “[...] [T]heoretical work has long been underdeveloped in social network analysis. While the methods themselves do not require or imply any particular sociological theory, they do require theoretical contextualisation in wider debates” ( Scott , 2011 , p. 24). Although the theorization of networks has lo...
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Theorizing of forced migration and refugees has been paralyzed by excessive reliance on migration theory. This article suggests the need to transfer conceptualizations of forced migration to sociological theories of violence. To that end, a preliminary step is argued to be indispensable: the affirmation of the force factor as a vital concept for me...
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What can the analytical framework of settler colonialism contribute to sociological theorizing, research, and overall understanding of the social world? This essay argues that settler colonialism, a distinct social formation with common statuses and predictable dynamics, has much to offer towards new sociological insight regarding the United States...
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Film is a cultural instrument that can educate people. Through an interesting film, people can activate their intellectualisation in seeing the social situation that occurred in the film. This research examines Joker (2019) a movie containing the discourse of exploitation and the social discrimination system related to this era. In this study, rese...
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В статье выдвинут тезис, что личность постмодерна отлична от личности модерна и подобна личности премодерна. В отличие от современного социума типа Gesellschaft (общество) досовременный социум в понятиях Ф. Тённиса представляет собой Gemeinschaft – общность/сообщество. В общности индивид растворен в социальном окружении, его самость единосущна тран...
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This study examines the role of witnesses as evidence in a divorce case at the Banda Aceh Syari’iyah Court. This study aims to determine the legal basis of witnesses as evidence, the background of the witnesses who were submitted due to disputes or syiqaqand the position of female witnesses in divorce cases. This study uses empirical legal research...
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Der Beitrag zeichnet Entwicklungslinien der Ungleichheitsforschung in Deutschland seit den 1980er Jahren nach. Dargestellt werden zentrale Entwicklungen der empirischen Forschungsfelder, der Dateninfrastruktur und Forschungsmethodik sowie der theoretischen Grundlagen. In allen Bereichen werden Stärken und Schwächen der gegenwärtigen Forschung aufge...
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