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by Kyriakos M. Kontopoulos

  • Author: Kyriakos M. Kontopoulos
  • ISBN: 0521032695
  • ISBN13: 978-0521032698
  • ePub: 1619 kb | FB2: 1417 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press (November 23, 2006)
  • Pages: 496
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The Logics of Social Structure (Structural Analysis in the Social Sciences) ePub download

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Kyriakos M. In this book, the author proposes a fundamental new approach to the study of one of the most central concepts in social analysis, that of social structure.

Автор: Kyriakos M. Kontopoulos Название: The Logics of Social Structure Издательство: Cambridge .

Logics of Hierarchy: 8. Hierarchy theory and postfunctional analysis; 9. The hierarchical theory of social structure; Part IV. Heterarchical Logics: 10. Heterarchical thinking in social thought; 11. Neural networks as a model of structure; Part V. The Phenomenology of Social Structures: 12.

A new approach to the study of social structure, drawing on recent developments in the physical, biological and cognitive sciences. 8. Hierarchy theory and postfunctional analysis. Includes bibliographical references (pages 393-448) and index. pt. I. Metatheoretical considerations. 1. Epistemic strategies in contemporary science. 2. The dynamics of emergence: the case against reductionism. 3. The nature of hierarchical and heterarchical organization. 9. The hierarchical theory of social structure - pt. IV. Heterarchical logics. 10. Heterarchical thinking in social thought. 11. Neural networks as a model of structure - pt.

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In this book, the author proposes a fundamental new approach to the study of one of the most central concepts in social analysis, that of social structure. He critiques the leading models and argues that each is inadequate to the task of explaining the complexity of structures that make up society and the processes by which these structures are formed and are interlinked. A new conceptualization of the processes of societal formation is then presented, drawing on recent developments in the physical, biological and cognitive sciences. This new conceptualization allows for the multiplicity of processes of structuration, which the author refers to as logics, some of which function at the individual or "micro" level, others of which function at the organizational or "meso" level, and still others of which function at the society-wide, or "macro" level. The author terms this new conceptualization a theory of heterarchy, and it is the first truly comprehensive theory of societal structuration.
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