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Sociological practice may differ in the foreseeable future more in kind than merely in degree, so great are the changes likely in social realities. Surprises can be expected from the widespread use of the Internet, the arrival of voice-activated/voice-responsive informatics equipment, the...
This paper suggests that a synergy is both possible and necessary between two traditionally distinct management approaches: the Weberian approach, which contends that the bureaucratic structure of a company affects the daily activities of employees, and the human relations model, which holds...
The focus of this research was on the use of ethnographic methods and sociological techniques to access a hidden population of active street drug addicts in a major capital city. Selection was based on (1) a self-report of a current addiction to crack–cocaine, crystal methamphetamine, and/or...
We present data from the National Science Foundation Survey of Doctoral Recipients that challenges the image of sociology as a classroom-based group of professionals. Our data reveal that only 45.8% of Ph.D. sociologists teach sociology. The anachronistic and false image of sociology, we argue,...
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