David S. Goldblatt (ed.)
Routledge, in Association with Open University (2000)
AbstractThis book provides a clear introduction to key philosophical and epistemological issues in the social sciences, to both positivist and interpretative methodologies through comparing contemporary debates surrounding social change.
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