Annotated Bibliography: Sociology Of Knowledge

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Keywords: sociology of knowledge UniSA library catalogue - 173 721 items were listed Search criteria: peer reviewed; subject: sociology; journal title: Sociology List of sources was reduced to 311 Keywords: The sociology of religion Sage journal database – 355 results were returned. Search criteria: peer reviewed; journal discipline: sociology; date range: 2011 – 2016 Keywords: sociology AND relativism Proquest database 2155 Search criteria: peer reviewed; subject: sociology; full text List of sources was reduced to 165 articles References: Barnes, SB 1972, Sociological explanation and natural science: A Kuhnian reappraisal European Journal of Sociology, vol. 13, no. 2, pp. 373-393 Flanagan, K 2014, A Sociological Prelude in Theological…show more content…
186, pp. 139-165. Furseth, I & Repstad, P 2013, An Introduction to the Sociology of Religion: Classical and Contemporary Perspectives, Ashgate Publishing Limited, England. Haugaard, M 2012, Power and truth, European Journal of Social Theory, vol. 15, no. 1, pp. 3–92. Mulkay, M 2015, Science and the sociology of knowledge, Routledge,…show more content…
The book, An Introduction to the Sociology of Religion: Classical and Contemporary Perspectives (Furseth & Repstad 2013) provides both classical and contemporary perspectives on the sociology of religion. Furseth is an Associate professor of Sociology and Human Geography and Repstad is a Professor of Sociology of Religion and an expert in qualitative research methods. Science and the sociology of knowledge (2014) by Michael Joseph has been cited over nine hundred times. Joseph is a British Sociologist of Science who was a researcher at Aberdeen University until 1966. The book provides classic perspectives that focus on the sociology of knowledge and the natural sciences. The Foucault Reader (1984) has been cited over 2500 times and is a collection of discussions with Foucault centred on his most prominent theories and perspectives. The author, Paul Rabinow is a Professor of Anthropology at the University of California. The five journal articles chosen for this essay are: Foucault, Sociology, and the Problem of Human Agency (Smart 1982) cited 65 times. Smart is a Professor of Sociology and has written a numerous academic books and scholarly articles that have been widely cited. Justifying Sociological Knowledge: From Realism to Interpretation (2008) has been cited sixty time. Author, Isaac Reed is an associate professor of Sociology at the University of Colorado with a Ph. D in
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