Thinking About Social Problems

Author: Donileen Loseke

Publisher: Routledge

Release: 2017-07-05

Total Pages: 224

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ing something about the very real human suffering caused by social problems. ... crime, AIDS, racism, and so on are very real in their consequences, I am not arguing that if we stopped thinking about social problems they would go away.

Thinking about Social Problems

Author: Donileen R. Loseke

Publisher: Aldine

Release: 1999-01-01

Total Pages: 227

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This book can bring constructionist perspectives into college classrooms because it offers an accessible overview of these perspectives that is interdisciplinary in scope and historically current in examples.

Social Problems

Author: Donileen R. Loseke

Publisher: Transaction Publishers

Release:

Total Pages: 277

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This collection of focused essays is directed at several levels of students of social problems.

Contemporary Readings in Social Problems

Author: Anna Leon-Guerrero

Publisher: Pine Forge Press

Release: 2008-11-21

Total Pages: 368

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And it has a rich ancestry in American thought about social problems and how to deal with them. Thinking about social problems is especially susceptible to ideological influences since, as John Seeley has pointed out, defining a social ...

Religion and Social Problems

Author: Titus Hjelm

Publisher: Routledge

Release: 2011-01-21

Total Pages: 268

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Thinking about Social Problems: An Introduction to Constructionist Perspectives. 2nd ed. New York: Aldine De Gruyter. Macedo, Edir. 2001. Orixas, caboclos e guias: deuses ou demônios? Rio de Janeiro: Editora Gráfica Universal. . 2005.

Thinking About Development

Author: Lisa Peattie

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Release: 2012-12-06

Total Pages: 198

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After this war we shall perhaps no longer think of social problems as exclusively economic, political, or socialwelfare problems. These will rather represent aspects, points of view, from which almost any social problem may be viewed.

The Oxford Handbook of Innovation Management

Author: Mark Dodgson

Publisher: Oxford University Press

Release: 2014

Total Pages: 700

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While existing ways of thinking about a social problem may have constraining effects, they may also play an enabling role in creating the conditions from which new solutions emerge and are developed. Thus, the relationship between novel ...

Investigating Social Problems

Author: A. Javier Trevino

Publisher: SAGE

Release: 2014-08-08

Total Pages: 576

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Do you wake up in the morning and think about your gender as a pressing social problem? Do you think about it much at all? If you live safely within the boundaries of what your particular society defines as “normal” for gender, ...