Historical Social Research

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Author: Philip Jost Janssen

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ISBN: UCLA:L0106707920

Category: Historical social research (QUANTUM (Association) : 1979).

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Historical Social Research

Abstract: Die Entwicklung einer quantitativen Sozialgeschichtsschreibung verstärkt die interdisziplinären Beziehungen zwischen Geschichte, Soziologie, Politikwissenschaft und anderen Sozialwissenschaften.

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Author: Jerome M. Clubb

Publisher: [Stuttgart] : Klett-Cotta

ISBN: UOM:39015005725422

Category: Histoire - Recherche

Page: 536

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Abstract: Die Entwicklung einer quantitativen Sozialgeschichtsschreibung verstärkt die interdisziplinären Beziehungen zwischen Geschichte, Soziologie, Politikwissenschaft und anderen Sozialwissenschaften. Diese verstärkte Kooperation und methodische Diskussion findet in dem Sammelband ihren Niederschlag. Behandelt werden (1) theoretische Überlegungen zum Problem einer quantifizierenden Geschichtswissenschaft; (2) Analysen von Volkszählungsdaten; (3) Analysen von kollektiven und individuellen Biographien; (4) Gehaltsanalysen von Dokumenten; (5) Periodisierungsprobleme; (6) Analysen des sozialen Netzwerks; (7) Probleme der offiziellen statistischen Daten; (8) Probleme der Datenorganisation; (9) neue Datenbanken und Projekte. (BG)

Historical Methods in the Social Sciences

By republishing many of the most seminal contributions in the field of historical social science, this four-volume set draws together some of the most illuminating reflections on historical-sociological research practices presently ...

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Author: John A Hall

Publisher: SAGE Publications Limited

ISBN: 141290370X

Category: Social Science

Page: 1664

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Historical methods are at the foundation of research in the social sciences. This synthesizing and integrative project on the methodology of historical social science addresses programmatic objectives, interpretive principles, explanatory logic, and substantive applications to form a unique contribution to the field. Historical Methods in the Social Sciences offers the broadest disciplinary coverage available - with contributions from prominent historians, sociologists, anthropologists, political scientists, economists, psychologists, and philosophers - and also features a deeper and broader interdisciplinary engagement with the most pressing issues of theory and method. By republishing many of the most seminal contributions in the field of historical social science, this four-volume set draws together some of the most illuminating reflections on historical-sociological research practices presently available, and should thus serve as an indispensable scholarly source for all those engaged in this interdisciplinary enterprise.

California Preschool Curriculum Framework History Social Science Science

Promoting Social Acceptance and Respect for Cultural Diversity in Young
Children : Learning from Developmental Research . In Handbook of Child
Development and Early Education : Research to Practice , edited by O. A.
Barbarin and B. H. ...

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Author: California. Child Development Division

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ISBN: UCSD:31822038672168

Category: Art

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Prologue

It is instructive to note that social research has been undertaken concerning
those segments of public employment for which personnel data is extensive ; for
example , military service . Several studies have been made of military history in
the ...

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ISBN: UVA:X001695713

Category: Archives

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Foreign Social Science Bibliographies

Russian Economics , folklore , history , literature , and political science ,
especially in the Mari A . S . S . R . History , social philosophy , and other social
sciences , especially in Mordovia . Some issues are devoted to a specific topic . 1
. For the ...

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Author: United States. Bureau of the Census

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924071827335

Category: Social sciences

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The Social Survey in Historical Perspective 1880 1940

This 2001 book traces the history of the social Survey in Britain and the US, with two chapters on Germany and France.

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Author: Martin Bulmer

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521363341

Category: Social Science

Page: 383

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This 2001 book traces the history of the social Survey in Britain and the US, with two chapters on Germany and France. It discusses the aims and interests of those who carried out early surveys, and the links between the social survey and the growth of empirical social science.

Mindful Inquiry in Social Research

This innovative introduction to research in the social sciences guides students and new researchers through the maze of research traditions, cultures of inquiry and epistemological frameworks.

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Author: Valerie Malhotra Bentz

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 0761904093

Category: Social Science

Page: 216

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This innovative introduction to research in the social sciences guides students and new researchers through the maze of research traditions, cultures of inquiry and epistemological frameworks. It introduces the underlying logic of ten cultures of inquiry: ethnography; quantitative behavioral science; phenomenology; action research; hermeneutics; evaluation research; feminist research; critical social science; historical-comparative research; and theoretical research. It clarifies conceptual and intellectual traditions in research, and puts researchers firmly in the investigative saddle - able to choose, justify, and explain the intellectual framework and personal rationale of their research.

Terror Flyers

Falter, Jürgen W. “'Anfälligkeit' der Angestellten—'Immunität' der Arbeiter?
Mythen über die Wähler der NSDAP.” Historical Social Research/Historische
Sozialforschung. Supplement, No. 25, Zur Soziographie des Nationalsozialismus
: Studien ...

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Author: Kevin T Hall

Publisher: Indiana University Press

ISBN: 9780253050168

Category: History

Page: 400

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Terror Flyers examines the "lynch justice" (Lynchjustiz) committed against American airmen in Nazi Germany during World War II. Using engaging first-person accounts of downed pilots, as well as previously unused primary sources, Terror Flyers challenges the notion that such lynchings were exclusively the domain of Nazi party officials and soldiers. New evidence reveals ordinary German people executed Lynchjustiz as well. Initially occurring as a spontaneous reaction to the devastation of the Allied air campaign against the cities of the Third Reich, Lynchjustiz offered the Nazi regime a unique propaganda opportunity to harness the outrage of the German population. Fueled by inspiration from America's own history of the lynching of African Americans, Nazi propaganda exploited the very same imagery found in US publications to escalate the anger of the German people. Drawing heavily on the accounts of the downed airmen themselves, testimonies from the "flyer trials" held in Dachau during 1945–48, and rarely seen Nazi propaganda, Terror Flyers offers a new narrative of this previously overlooked aspect of the Allied campaign in Europe and suggests that at least 3,000 cases of lynch justice likely occurred between 1943 and 1945.

Case Studies in Science Education

Center for Instructional Research and Curriculum Evaluation ... 1 : # 2 : social
studies as history social studies as empirical and historical social science In
terms of the first conception , Alte has a high degree of breadth of curriculum--
American ...

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Author: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Center for Instructional Research and Curriculum Evaluation

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ISBN: UIUC:30112006933631

Category: Science

Page: 1071

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On Social Research and Its Language

The eighteen essays in On Social Research and Its Language illustrate the diversity of Lazarsfeld's substantive, methodological, and organizational interests.

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Author: Paul F. Lazarsfeld

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 0226469611

Category: Social Science

Page: 333

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The eighteen essays in On Social Research and Its Language illustrate the diversity of Lazarsfeld's substantive, methodological, and organizational interests. Spanning the years 1933 to 1972, they encompass his own works of social research, as well as writings on methodology and the history and sociology of social research. Articles on methodology--observing, classifying and building typologies, analyzing the relations between variables, qualitative analysis, and macrosociology--form the bulk of the book. In addition, Raymond Boudon provides a revealing biography of Lazarsfeld and his influence on sociology.--Publisher description.

Social Research

International Relations Theory , History , and Social Philosophy * BY GEORGE
LISKA Vo school of thought or “ theory ” concerned with international relations is
closer to history , and more fully committed to the utility of historical antecedents
for ...

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ISBN: UCAL:B3852395

Category: Social sciences

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Includes section "Book reviews and notes."

The Handbook of Social Research Ethics

Brings together international scholars across the social and behavioural sciences and education to address those ethical issues that arise in the theory and practice of research within the technologically advancing and culturally complex ...

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Author: Donna M. Mertens

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781412949187

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 667

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Brings together international scholars across the social and behavioural sciences and education to address those ethical issues that arise in the theory and practice of research within the technologically advancing and culturally complex world in which we live.

A Brief History of Knowledge for Social Science Researchers

This book will be useful for graduate and post-graduate students, particularly those studying Research Methods, and Philosophy of Science courses; and for experienced social science researchers who wish to understand how research methods ...

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Author: Deborah Court

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000048407

Category: Social Science

Page: 78

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A Brief History of Knowledge for Social Science Researchers outlines a history of knowledge from Ancient Greece to present day, in Europe and the Western world. This outline provides the basis for understanding where various research methods originate, and their epistemological, historical, political and social roots. This book provides social science researchers with an understanding of how research methods developed, and how their truth criteria, and what is accepted as knowledge, spring from human history. Research is often reduced to data collection, results and publication in the stressful, results-oriented academic environment. But research is a human enterprise, a product of both individual creativity and historical, political and social conditions. This book will focus on how shared research criteria (as we know them today) were developed through the work and thought of philosophers, social activists and researchers. This book will be useful for graduate and post-graduate students, particularly those studying Research Methods, and Philosophy of Science courses; and for experienced social science researchers who wish to understand how research methods have developed in human history.