Murphy, M., (Ed.) (2016) Habermas and Social Research: Between Theory and Method. Series: Routledge advances in sociology. Routledge: Oxon. ISBN 9781138120990
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This collection brings together in one convenient volume a set of researchers who place Jürgen Habermas’ key concepts such as colonisation, deliberation and communication at the centre of their research methodologies. Full of insight and innovation, this book is an essential read for those who want to harness the potential of Habermas’ core concepts in their own work, thereby helping to bridge the gap between theory and method in social research. Structured around three core themes, Habermas and Social Research provides a range of research case studies looking at system colonization, the politics of deliberation and communicative interactions. Issues as diverse as social movements, the digital public sphere, patient involvement, migration and preschool education, are all covered in the book, intertwined with a set of innovative approaches to theory application in social research.
|Item Type:||Edited Books|
|Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:||Murphy, Dr Mark|
|College/School:||College of Social Sciences > School of Education|
|Research Group:||Robert Owen Centre|