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6 As technology comes to dominate social existence and as technocratic elites come to dominate public policy direction and discussion, the threat to human freedom and democratic practice becomes obvious. The role of the social sciences in this processwhen viewed from a critical perspectiveis equally clear. Neither separate nor immune from the needs and attitudes of contemporary society, social scientists often support and maintain the status 'quo by producing information and knowledge that are of value to those who pay their salaries and fund Page 8 their research.
3. Criticism (Philosophy)Addresses, essays, lectures. 4. Habermas, JüirgenAddresses, essays, lectures. I. , 1947-. II. ) Page v CONTENTS Preface vii The Contributors ix Part One: Reflexivity Chapter One The Idea of a Critical Social Science Daniel R. , and Jerald Wallulis 3 Chapter Two The Ontological Presuppositions and Political Consequences of a Social Science Terence Ball 31 Chapter Three Mutual Knowledge John O'Neill 53 Part Two: Method and Explanation Chapter Four Fact and Method in the Social Sciences Richard W.
Marx asked this question of nineteenth-century social thinkers and economists, and argued that their methods of inquiry were confused or mistaken. Worse yet, they produced theories of society or political economy that contributed to domination by implicitly (and sometimes explicitly) justifying socioeconomic and political structures and practices that alienated individuals. 2 In recent years the Frankfurt School has gained in recognition and popularity due largely to the work of Jürgen Habermas.
Changing social science: critical theory and other critical perspectives by Daniel R., Jr. Sabia, Jerald Wallulis