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Knowledge, Communication and Society


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Knowledge, Communication, and Society: Contributions to the New Sociology of Knowledge seeks to revive the academic collaboration and debates between European and Anglo-Saxon currents of thought in the social sciences that characterised the middle of the last century, and provide a forum for the development of a new sociology of knowledge. A space for transatlantic discussion, it includes original works and translations of central works by contemporary European social scientists and is committed to an empirically grounded programme of developing social theory.

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The New Art of Old Public Science Communication The Science Slam

The New Art of Old Public Science Communication: The Science Slam

1st Edition

By Miira B. Hill
March 31, 2022

This book investigates the phenomenon of science communication events, as spectacles for legitimising and communicating science to the public. With attention to events such as ‘Science Slam’, where scientists are asked to present their knowledge in new ways and speak to an audience of laymen, the ...

The Communicative Construction of Reality

The Communicative Construction of Reality

1st Edition

By Hubert Knoblauch
November 27, 2019

This volume advocates a shift from the social constructivism found in the work of Thomas Luckmann and Peter Berger, to a communicative constructivism that acknowledges communication as an embodied form of action in its own right, according to which social actors, in engaging in communicative action...

Erving Goffman From the Perspective of the New Sociology of Knowledge

Erving Goffman: From the Perspective of the New Sociology of Knowledge

1st Edition

By Jürgen Raab
February 05, 2019

While Erving Goffman’s books are among the most widely read sociological works, covering issues including the presentation of the self, total institutions, interaction order to frame analysis, they are in fact guided by a single theme: the analysis of the form of interaction in social situations ...

Social Constructivism as Paradigm? The Legacy of The Social Construction of Reality

Social Constructivism as Paradigm?: The Legacy of The Social Construction of Reality

1st Edition

Edited By Michaela Pfadenhauer, Hubert Knoblauch
October 11, 2018

Social constructivism is one of the most prominent theoretical approaches in the social sciences. This volume celebrates the 50th anniversary of its first formulation in Peter Berger and Luckmann’s classic foundational text, The Social Construction of Reality. Addressing the work’s contribution to ...

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