Sociology of Human Consciousness

The sociology of human consciousness uses the theories and methodology of sociology to explain human consciousness.

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Sociology Of Human Consciousness - Bibliography
... and Nora Machado (2003) "The Theory of Actor-System Dynamics Human Agency, Rule Systems, and Cultural Evolution." In Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems ... Social Construction of ConsciousnessCollective Consciousness and its Socio-Cultural Foundations." Journal of Consciousness Studies, 5 No 2, pp ... Construction of ConsciousnessIndividual Selves, Self-Awareness, and Reflectivity." Journal of Consciousness Studies, 5 No ...
Tom R. Burns - Work - Sociology of Human Consciousness
... In the 1990s a sociology of human consciousness was developed by Burns, Erik Engdahl, Nora Machado, and Sviatoslav Korepov based on sociology and social ...

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