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Usable social science

By: Smelser, Neil J | Reed, John S.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Berkeley University of California Press 2012Description: ix,423p. 24 cm.ISBN: 9780520273566 .Subject(s): Social sciences -- ResearchDDC classification: 300.72
Contents:
Space and time : constraints and opportunities -- Some dynamics of cognition, judgment, and bias -- Sanctions in organizational and social life -- Groups, teams, networks, trust, and social capital -- How decisions are made -- Organizations and organizational change -- Economic development and social change -- Methods of research and their usability -- Social change, social problems, and demands for knowledge -- The production of knowledge in the social sciences.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 355-409) and index.

Space and time : constraints and opportunities -- Some dynamics of cognition, judgment, and bias -- Sanctions in organizational and social life -- Groups, teams, networks, trust, and social capital -- How decisions are made -- Organizations and organizational change -- Economic development and social change -- Methods of research and their usability -- Social change, social problems, and demands for knowledge -- The production of knowledge in the social sciences.

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