Complexity, Relatedness and Uncertainty in Contemporary Social Science: A Preliminary Reflection
AbstractThis concise preliminary reflection seeks to offer a fresh transdisciplinary lens to comprehensively discern and evaluate the various interlinks and overlaps between theory and methodology in current social scientific thought. A brief elaboration on the metatheoretical issues of complexity, relatedness and uncertainty encourages a suitable and sustainable analytic framework for generating, developing and cultivating a more open, dialogical and critical-reflexive way of perceiving social science and the precarious social world in general.
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