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Pages: 36
Authors: Abdelwahab M. Elmessiri
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Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-05-12 - Publisher: International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT)

The question of bias in methodology and terminology is a problem that faces researchers east, west, north and south; however, it faces Third World intellectuals with special keenness. For although they write in a cultural environment that has its own specific conceptual and cultural paradigms, they nevertheless encounter a foreign
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Taking Sides in Social Research
Language: en
Pages: 196
Authors: Martyn Hammersley
Categories: Social Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 2000 - Publisher: Psychology Press

In the past it was generally taken for granted that the goal of social research was the production of objective knowledge; and that this required a commitment to value neutrality. In more recent times, however, both these ideals have come to be challenged, and it is often argued that all
Measuring the Intentional World
Language: en
Pages: 287
Authors: J. D. Trout
Categories: Psychology
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This book introduces a novel version of realism--Measured Realism--that characterizes the kind of theoretical progress in the social and psychological sciences that is uneven but indisputable. Trout proposes a theory of measurement--Population-Guided Estimation--that connects natural, psychological, and social scientific inquiry.
The Science Question in Feminism
Language: en
Pages: 271
Authors: Sandra G. Harding
Categories: Social Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 1986 - Publisher: Cornell University Press

Can science, steeped in Western, masculine, bourgeois endeavors, nevertheless be used for emancipatory ends? In this major contribution to the debate over the role gender plays in the scientific enterprise, Sandra Harding pursues that question, challenging the intellectual and social foundations of scientific thought. Harding provides the first comprehensive and