November 1, 2013 - admin

Volume 39, Issue 6: Time to Change the Subject: A New Sociology of Praxis

For at least half a century, social constructionism strongly marked the course of sociological studies of social problems. Its presence was felt in social problems textbooks, various dedicated book series, and within the discipline’s major professional associations, particularly the Society for the Study of Social Problems (SSSP) where many seminal constructionists served as presiding officers and/or as editors of the association’s journal Social Problems. After decades of glory, however, the winds of paradigmatic change may be blowing in new directions…

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