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constructionism

constructionism  

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A philosophical (specifically epistemological) stance in phenomenological sociology in which social realities are seen as the product of sociohistorically situated practices rather than objective ...
everyday life

everyday life  

See also lived experience.1. Daily activities in the social world, and the field of enquiry for which this forms a focus.2. The realm of social life, the traditional focus of anthropology and ...
lifeworld

lifeworld  

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The taken-for-granted dynamic of everyday experience that largely happens automatically, without conscious attention or deliberate plan (Seamon in T. Mels, ed. 2004).
linguistic turn

linguistic turn  

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A change in emphasis in the discourse of the humanities and social sciences reflecting a recognition (beyond the bounds of linguistics itself) of the importance of language in human meaning-making. ...
objectivity

objectivity  

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[Th]The idea that things exist, or that statements about things are true, in absolute terms and independently of human existence or belief. Such a view stands in opposition to subjectivism, which ...
subjectivity

subjectivity  

The self-conscious perspective of the person or subject. This is invariably contrasted with objectivity and is used pejoratively by positivistic social scientists. By contrast, it is seen as crucial ...

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