Theorizing in sociology and social science: turning to the context of discovery

Theory and Society 41 (1):1-40 (2012)

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Keywords Theorizing  Theory  Context of discovery  Context of justification  Abduction
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DOI 10.1007/s11186-011-9161-5
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