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In the sociological tradition the relation between scientific expertise and policy has been described in terms of domination and determination.
      
The gendered reaction to the loss of the spouse calls for a sociological explanation.
      
Thus, Kracauer's method looses its unique status and can be characterized as sociological iconology.
      
While themassmedia focus mainly on psychological aspects, more sophisticated sociological approaches discuss the case in the context of the increasing economic and medial aspects of science.
      
By eliminating rival assumptions, a sociological-institutional hypothesis is strengthened.
      
For a long time the multiple and changing relationship between nature and society only played a minor role in sociological theory and research.
      
Historically, this marginalization of natural facts in sociological analysis derives from the rejection of biologically deterministic models of social processes.
      
The essay confronts the political discourse about "parallel societies" in Germany with the sociological knowledge about neighbourhood effects of ethnic segregated areas.
      
From a sociological theoretical perspective the crisis of knowledge appears to be characteristic of a knowledge society in which the importance of knowledge has increased but the importance of the traditional university system has decreased.
      
It re-systemizes Simmel's partly implicit, partly explicit non-or pre-sociological aesthesiological premises on the senses as well as his twofold sociological perspective on the senses, i.e.
      
This paper is an attempt to analyze the senses from a sociological perspective and within the context of Niklas Luhmann's reflexive theory of social systems.
      
Sociological theory and chronic illness: Current perspectives and debates
      
The topic of this paper is the change of perspective from the concept of "coping with illness" in a psychological sense to a concept of coping as "living with (chronic) illness" in a sociological sense.
      
Whereas psychological and even some sociological research presupposes assumptions on causes and essentials of stress as well as on successful coping, we focused on the different ways, in which subjects define strain and their personal aim of coping.
      
On the basis of a running micro-sociological observational study carried out so far in four hospitals and two hospices the social organisation of dying in the hospital is being investigated and results are presented with an example of a case study.
      
From a sociological point of view there are three remarkable aspects: First, all three authors offer good arguments against ontological individualism.
      
This paper aims at demonstrating the sociological value of literary description with the help of two examples: 1.
      
The paper concludes with remarks that stress the importance of intimate sociological descriptions of "inner states" in order to understand macro-developments as well, without intending to fall into the methodological traps of idealism and relativism.
      
Although some cultural studies has been hostile to sociological method, the article argues that it is only through a sociological method that gives weight to questions of symbolic power that these fundamental issues can be addressed.
      
A cross-national consensus on a unified sociological theory
      
 

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