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Measure and value [] / Lisa Adkins / Celia Lury

Auteur principal : Adkins, Lisa, 1966-Co-auteur : Lury, Celia, Editeur scientifiquePublication :Oxford : Wiley-Blackwell, cop. 2012Description : 1 vol. (181 p.) : ill. en noir, couv. ill. en noir ; 23 cmISBN : 978-1-4443-3958-1.Résumé : "La 4e de couverture indique : Issues of measure and value are emerging as central in current debates concerning the capacity of social science and cognate disciplines to engage contemporary social and cultural life. Debates on the restructuring of time, scale, number, pattern and sequence, for example, as well as those on the changing character and properties of data, evidence and the empirical, point to a need for a re-evaluation of the conventions, devices and practices of measure and value in the social sciences and humanities. Do we need new forms of measure ? And what do different forms of measure do ? This "Sociological review" monograph addresses these and related questions to place issues of measure and value at the core of contemporary social science debate.".Bibliographie: Notes bibliogr. à la fin de chaque article. Index.Sujet - Nom d'actualité : Sciences sociales -- Recherche ;Sciences sociales -- Méthodologie ;Sociologie économique ;Mesure
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Notes bibliogr. à la fin de chaque article. Index

"La 4e de couverture indique : Issues of measure and value are emerging as central in current debates concerning the capacity of social science and cognate disciplines to engage contemporary social and cultural life. Debates on the restructuring of time, scale, number, pattern and sequence, for example, as well as those on the changing character and properties of data, evidence and the empirical, point to a need for a re-evaluation of the conventions, devices and practices of measure and value in the social sciences and humanities. Do we need new forms of measure ? And what do different forms of measure do ? This "Sociological review" monograph addresses these and related questions to place issues of measure and value at the core of contemporary social science debate."

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