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Hutcheon, P. D. (1972). Value theory: Towards conceptual clarification. The British Journal of Sociology, 23(2), 172–187. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
Peer reviewed
DOI: 10.2307/589108
BibTeX citation key: Hutcheon1972
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Categories: General
Keywords: Realism, Reality
Creators: Hutcheon
Publisher: WIley (Hoboken (NJ))
Collection: The British Journal of Sociology
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p.172   "The myth of the possibility of 'objectively' documenting reality, so unquestioningly accepted by sociologists anxious to achieve 'scientific' status, seems now to have spread to a majority of those involved in the humanities and the arts. The fetish of realism-too often manifested as a detailed portrayal of pathology in the name of the whole truth-is widely indulged in by the very 'creative' intellectuals who scorn the social scientists for their conformist scientism."   Added by: sirfragalot
Keywords:   Realism Reality
p.178   "American sociology has tended to develop in isolation from the humanities, and in the form of a highly specialized technique rather than as a broad, philosophically and historically sophisticated perspective for the study of man. This may have been due as much to the trend toward professionalization and kingdom building in academic life as to the widespread acceptance of the philosophical assumptions of Weberian neopositivism. The establishment of separate departments in universities no doubt encouraged competition among the social sciences for funds, students, and better means of sharpening data-manipulating techniques. It is easy to see how values, with their notorious resistance to precise measurement, might be assigned low priority in this situation."   Added by: sirfragalot
Keywords:   Realism Reality
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