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  1. Michael Burawoy (forthcoming). La sociologie contre le marché. Rhuthmos.
    Article de Michael Burawoy « The Future of Sociology » publié dans Brym R. (ed.), New Society, 7th Edition, Scarborough, Nelson Education, 2014, traduit par Carolyne Grimard et Marc-Henry Soulet. Cette traduction a déjà paru dans SociologieS, accompagnée d'une introduction par Marc-Henry Soulet accessible ici. Nous remercions Michael Burawoy et la revue SociologieS de nous avoir autorisé à la reproduire ici. La marchandisation du monde Une vague de marchandisation déferle sur le monde. Des (...) - Sociologie – Nouvel article.
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  2. Michael Burawoy (forthcoming). Marxism after Polanyi. Rhuthmos.
    This text was originally published in Michelle Williams and Vishwas Satgar, Marxisms in the 21st. Century, Johannesburg, South Africa, Wits University Press, 2013, p. 34-52. We would like to thank Michael Burawoy for allowing us to publish it on RHUTHMOS. What should we do with Marxism ? For most the answer is simple. Bury it ! Mainstream social science has long since bid farewell to Marxism. Talcott Parsons (1967 : 135) dismissed Marxism as a theory whose significance was entirely (...) (...)
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  3. Michael Burawoy (2011). La Domination Est-Elle Si Profonde? Au-Delà de Bourdieu Et de Gramsci. Actuel Marx 2 (2):166-190.
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  4. Michael Burawoy (2000). Marxism After Communism. Theory and Society 29 (2):151-174.
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  5. Michael Burawoy (1998). Extended Case Study. Sociological Theory 16 (1).
     
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  6. Michael Burawoy (1998). The Extended Case Method. Sociological Theory 16 (1):4-33.
    In this article I elaborate and codify the extended case method, which deploys participant observation to locate everyday life in its extralocal and historical context. The extended case method emulates a reflexive model of science that takes as its premise the intersubjectivity of scientist and subject of study. Reflexive science valorizes intervention, process, structuration, and theory reconstruction. It is the Siamese twin of positive science that proscribes reactivity, but upholds reliability, replicability, and representativeness. Positive science, exemplified by survey research, works (...)
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  7. Michael Burawoy (1989). Two Methods in Search of Science. Theory and Society 18 (6):759-805.
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  8. Michael Burawoy (1982). The Written and the Repressed in Gouldner's Industrial Sociology. Theory and Society 11 (6):831-851.
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