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Fragile truths : twenty-five years of sociology and anthropology in Canada

Author: William K Carroll; et al
Publisher: Ottawa : Carleton University Press, 1992.
Series: Carleton library, 173.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Fragile truths.
Ottawa : Carleton University Press, 1992
(OCoLC)608857191
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: William K Carroll; et al
ISBN: 0886291682 9780886291686 0886291690 9780886291693
OCLC Number: 25548269
Description: ix, 436 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Part One The Development of Sociology and Anthropology in Canada --
The Evolution of the CSAA / Frank E. Jones --
Striking a Balance: Women Organizing for Change in the CSAA / Eleanor Maticka-Tyndale and Janice Drakich --
Reflections on not Being Sued / Gordon Inglis The Two Solitudes between Canadian Sociologists / Guy Rocher --
The Unfinished Transformation: Women and Feminist Approaches in Sociology and Anthropology / Margrit Eichler --
Canadianization: A Journey Completed?/ John R. Hofley. Part Two The Constitution of Knowledge --
Remaking a Life, Remaking Sociology: Reflections of a Feminist / Dorothy E. Smith --
Facticity and Dogma in Introductory Sociology Texts: The Need for Alternative Methods / Sylvia Hale --
What is Good for Anthropology in Canada? / David Howes Caught in the Riptide: Female Researcher in a Patricentric Setting / Janet M.C. Bums --
Star Wars:The Social Construction of Reputation in Anglo-Canadian Sociology / David A.Nock --
Part Three The Academic Milieu Whistling Women:Reflections on Rage and Rationality / Dorothy E. Smith --
The Decline of Faculty Influence: Confronting the Effects of the Corporate Agenda / Janice Newson --
The Professoriate and the Market-Driven University:Transforming the Control of Work in the Academy / A.Marguerite Cassin and J. Graham Morgan --
Liberating the University: A Critique of the Project of Radical Education in North American Post-Secondary Institutions / Claire Polster. Part Four Sociology, Anthropology and Social Change Anthropologists and Sociologists, and their Contributions to Policy in Canada / Bruce A. Mcfarlane --
The Ideological and Structural Roots of the Failure of Sociology as a Foundation for English Canadian Social Policy / Jim Harding --
Sociology and the Constitution of Society: Canadian Experiences / Donald Whyte --
The Uneasy Marriage of Academic and Policy Work: Reflections on the Newfoundland and Labrador Experience / Barbara Neis --
Better Irreverent than Irrelevant /Pat Armstrong and Hugh Armstrong --
The Price of Legitimacy: Academics and the Labour Movement / Ester Reiter Part Five Selected Bibliography The Development of Canadian Sociology and Anthropology: A Bibliography / Gale Moore
Series Title: Carleton library, 173.
Responsibility: edited by William K. Carroll ... [et al.].
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