Social Phenomena

Some articles on social, social phenomena:

Relations Of Production - Criticism of Marx's Concept
... of Max Weber) that Marx paid insufficient attention to the intersubjective dimension of social relations, i.e ... the meanings consciously attached by people to their social interactions ... those social relations which people as social beings must enter into, regardless of what they may think or wish ...
Social Science - Methodology - Social Research
... Social research began most intentionally, however, with the positivist philosophy of science in the 19th century ... In contemporary usage, "social research" is a relatively autonomous term, encompassing the work of practitioners from various disciplines which share in its aims ... Social scientists employ a range of methods in order to analyse a vast breadth of social phenomena from census survey data derived from millions of individuals, to the in-depth analysis of a ...
Social Surveys
... Social research refers to research conducted by social scientists, which follows by the systematic plan ... Social research methods can generally vary along a quantitative/qualitative dimension ... Quantitative designs approach social phenomena through quantifiable evidence, and often rely on statistical analysis of many cases (or across intentionally designed treatments in an experiment ...

Famous quotes containing the words phenomena and/or social:

    There are no moral phenomena at all, but only a moral interpretation of phenomena.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    Are we talking about a church founded by the Son of God made man? Or are we talking about simply a social gathering that we can rebuild as we wish?
    Donna Steichen, U.S. opponent of women in the ministry. As quoted in Time magazine, p. 54 (November 23, 1992)