normatiwizacja sytuacyjny normatywizm nowy funkcjonalizm socjologia nauki zarządzanie nauką. EN. normativisation situational normativity neo-functionalism . Socjologia w ramach poszczególnych swych działów zajmuje się interpretacją natury zmian społecznych, ich opisem i analizą. odniesienie do anatomicznych i fizjologicznych różnic między ciałem kobiety i mężczyzny;. określana jest ona zaraz po urodzeniu dziecka na.

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The normativisation concept is here embodied in the neo-functional perspective, with a view to its relationship with the sociology of science being elaborated more deeply, and new analytical paths provided, in this case in regard to the understanding of science.

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Jagiellonian University, Institute of Sociology, d. The material presented comes from literature-based research, while the main axis is put on the highlighting of theoretical relationships between types of normativisation and sociological neo-functional theory in order for the inputs of Gunther Teubner in particular to be better grasped.

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Turn it on to take full advantage of this site, then refresh the page. Science, organizational governance and democratic decision making. Public Affairs Quarterly, 24 179— Policy Science, 43, — A model of transactive rationality for public policy and administration.

Symbolic Interaction, 4, — The paper scrutinises the notion of normativisation as a concept met with only relatively rarely in the sphere of the sociology of science. Models of democracy in social studies of science. JavaScript is turned off in your web browser.


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