Sociological

  • (adj): Of or relating to or determined by sociology.
    Example: "Sociological studies"

Some articles on sociological:

Sociological Art - Theory
... Sociological Art aimed to develop a critical analysis of art and society through interventionist artistic practices and associated writing that drew on the methods and theories of sociology ... As summarized by Fred Forest “The practical aim of Sociological Art is to provide the necessary conditions of existence for various devices that frame a given efficient and effective questioning or ... Various theoretical influences can be traced through sociological art ...
Sociological Perspectives
... Sociological Perspectives (ISSN 0731-1214) is the official publication of the Pacific Sociological Association ...
Sociology Of Law - Sociological Approaches To The Study of Law - Sociological Jurisprudence
... The sociology of law is often distinguished from sociological jurisprudence ... Sociological jurisprudence seeks to base legal arguments on sociological insights and, unlike legal theory, is concerned with the mundane practices that create legal institutions and social operations which reproduce ...
Sociological Insight
... Sociological Insight is a fully refereed reviewed undergraduate research journal sponsored by The University of Texas at Austin ... first-rate undergraduate research from all over the world on topics with sociological relevance, broadly defined ... Sociological Insight is currently the only undergraduate research journal in sociology which caters to undergraduate researchers worldwide ...
Sociology and Literature - Importance of Sociological Criticism
... in which art can be approached from a sociological standpoint 1) humanistic historic approach, 2) Marxist social theory, 3) cultural studies, 4) theory of art ... The variety of sociological approaches introduced by Harrington confronts traditional, metaphysical approaches to art ... According to Harrington, "sociological approaches generally possess a stronger sense of the material preconditions, historical flux and cultural diversity of discourse, practices and ...

Famous quotes containing the word sociological:

    Art is a concrete and personal and rather childish thing after all—no matter what people do to graft it into science and make it sociological and psychological; it is no good at all unless it is let alone to be itself—a game of make-believe, or re-production, very exciting and delightful to people who have an ear for it or an eye for it.
    Willa Cather (1873–1947)

    The primary function of myth is to validate an existing social order. Myth enshrines conservative social values, raising tradition on a pedestal. It expresses and confirms, rather than explains or questions, the sources of cultural attitudes and values.... Because myth anchors the present in the past it is a sociological charter for a future society which is an exact replica of the present one.
    Ann Oakley (b. 1944)