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Epistemological paradigms for sociological metatheory
Catherine Tuttle Harris
|Statement||by Catherine Tuttle Harris.|
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What is the nature of the produced knowledge? What is the value and status of this knowledge? In answering these questions, inspiration may be drawn from the three major epistemological paradigms usually identified with organizational science: the positivist, the interpretativist, and the constructivist paradigms. In metatheory, his contributions include"Metatheorizing in Sociology"(Lexington Books, ), "Sociology: A Multiple Paradigm Science" (Allyn and Bacon, , ), and "Toward an Integrated Sociological Paradigm"Professor Ritzer is perhaps best known for the"McDonaldization of Society" (4/e, ); translated into more than a dozen languages.
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Drawing on three categories of conditions (metaphysical, sociological and artefacts), we analyze the extent to which S-D logic meets the conditions of a paradigm. Our findings indicate that while S-D logic aligns with most of the metaphysical and sociological conditions for a paradigm, further development is needed for S-D logic to meet the Cited by: 2. 1. Introduction. The groundbreaking article Evolving to a New Dominant Logic for Marketing by Vargo and Lusch (a) prompted a paradigmatic shift in the marketing discipline. The authors' service-dominant logic (S-D logic) provides a view of markets and marketing that was broader and more integrated than that offered by previously held views because it was based on social and economic Cited by: 2.
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ABSTRACT: This paper discusses the epistemological status and potential scope of the discipline of sociology based on the writings of Ludwig von Mises. More specifically, it presents his epistemological distinction between theory and history, and argues that sociology can be integrated in this framework as a historical discipline.
In other words, the issues concerning epistemology in sociology pertain to the status and range of sociological knowledge. Introductory Texts There are a number of books that deal with philosophical themes in the social sciences, including the issue of whether or not sociological knowledge can be akin to knowledge produced in the natural sciences.
Ritzer's main theoretical interests lie in metatheory as well as applied social theory. In metatheory, his contributions include Metatheorizing in Sociology(Lexington Books, ), Sociology: A Multiple Paradigm Science (Allyn and Bacon,), and Toward an Integrated Sociological Paradigm (Allyn and Bacon)/5(18).
SAGE Books The ultimate social sciences digital library. 'Foundations of metatheory: between subjectivism and objectivism', in Critical theory and methodology, Contemporary Social Theory, SAGE Publications, Inc., Thousand The preceding chapter made a number of claims about a particular kind of sociological theory defined as critical theory.
Method, methodology and metatheory Metatheory, methodology and methods: the Iceberg Model Metatheoretical dimensions Major research paradigms The sociological dimension The teleological dimension The ontological dimension The epistemological dimension The ethical dimensionFile Size: KB.
The Role of Epistemological Paradigms in Research in Social Sciences and Humanities is the broadest unit of consensus within a science and serves to differentiate one scientific community (or sub-community) from another.
It subsumes, defines and interrelates the exemplars, theories, and methods and tools that exist within it.”. Epistemological theories have a fundamental impact on theories about users, their cognition and information seeking behaviour, on subject analysis, and on : Birger Hjørland.
This paper examines recent developments in meta-study in sociology which involves metatheory, metamethod, and meta-data-analysis. It argues that the three branches of Author: Shanyang Zhao. Drawn from the philosophy of science, metatheory is generally defined in International Relations (IR) as ‘theorizing about theory’ by examining a theory’s ontology or epistemology.
Yet, despite being available to IR since at least the s, metatheory ‘exploded’ into Cited by: 4. epistemology, theory, and methodology plus three spheres of research: design, study, and critique.
This work is situated in a metatheoretical framework, drawn from sociological thought. Example works are presented along with preliminary classification.
The classification is then briefly described as a. just one ofthe four paradigms to be considered here. Indeed, the bulk ofit is located within the context ofa relatively narrow range oftheoretical possibilities which define that one paradigm.
itis no exaggeration, therefore, tosuggest that the social-scientificenter prise in general is built upon an extremely narrow set of metatheoretical assumptions.
Epistemology is also ‘concerned with providing a philosophical grounding for deciding what kinds of knowledge are possible and how we can ensure that they are both adequate and legitimate.’ (Maynard, ) in Crotty, Ibid, 8).
The Epistemological stance used in the first study is constructionism. Constructionism is defined byFile Size: 50KB. out of 5 stars sociological paradigms and organisational analysis.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on J Only for the true believers who understand such terms as ontology, solipsism and epistemology, as this book does not explain any basic concepts. Read more. Helpful. Sending feedback Thank you for your by: Research Paradigm: Description: Epistemology: Positivism: There is a single objective reality to any research phenomenon or situation.
Reality can be measured. Focus on credible, objective tools to collect data. Constructivisim: There is no single reality or truth; it is subjective. Reality depends on the interpretation. 1. A more traditional experimental (quantitative) approach, which sees social reality as a set of facts to be known for all time by measuring people in the laboratory; 2.
A more critical, discursive (qualitative) approach, which sees social reality as mutually constructed between people in. The concept of a metatheory has a lot of overlap with the term “paradigm,” which was given its modern understanding in science by Thomas Kuhn ().
In the terms used here, Kuhn considered a paradigm to be the metatheory, the theory, the methodology, and the ethos, all combined, of a discipline or specialty. So paradigmFile Size: 54KB. variations in the hierarchy relating paradigms (or metatheories) to methods.
Dervin () distinguishes between metatheory, methodology and method, placing metatheory before methodology and method. She characterizes methodology as “reflexive analysis and File Size: KB. A metatheory or meta-theory is a theory whose subject matter is some theory.
All fields of research share some meta-theory, regardless whether this is explicit or correct. In a more restricted and specific sense, in mathematics and mathematical logic, metatheory means a mathematical theory about another mathematical theory.
The following is an example of a meta-theoretical statement by. metatheory in analytical and empirical research, metatheoretical discussions are seldom found in papers or books – the notable exception being those in the philosophy ﬁeld of study.
This state of affairs is of concern to scholars and researchers for often leads to incoherent ontological and epistemolo. Burrell, G., & Morgan, G.
Sociological Paradigms and Organizational Analysis, Heinemann,Summary In this introduction the authors develop a 2x2 matrix scheme to help classify and understand existing sociological theories based on four major paradigms.
how its main aspects: epistemology, ontology, axiology and methodology, mutually interlink. A full account of these aspects is given and their importance for any research is explained. This is followed by an elaboration of different versions of paradigms – from realism to positivism and from social constructivism to pragmatism.Paradigms in Social Science.
For our purposes, we’ll define paradigm An analytic lens, a way of viewing the world, and a framework from which to understand the human experience.
as an analytic lens, a way of viewing the world and a framework from which to understand the human experience (Kuhn, ). See Kuhn’s seminal work for more on paradigms: Kuhn, T. ().The second term ‘epistemology’ represents the “theory of knowledge” and its epistemological assumption is focused on the study of the nature of the world and how we know what we know (Marsh& Furlong, p.
), so it is directed at “knowledge-gathering process” (Grix, p. 63).