What would the great founders of social theory have to say about happiness statistics, modern capitalism, sexual identity, generation rent or pop music? and what were their ideas about?
The Resources Library provides all kinds of interesting small articles, training and learning tools, research papers and ‘think-pieces’ plus other materials that are all free to use (for non-commercial purposes).
Have you done evaluation before or are you a newcomer? Either way you have evaluated and you have some evaluation skills ever since you first posed a ‘Why…mum?’ question.
Most of what we do and the decisions and judgements we come to are fed and watered by our unconscious, automated thinking. So with this automated decision-making comes our biases and short-hand thinking.
The paperback is now out and available here. If you want to browse a sample chapter than have a look at this Back for the Future! Social Theory Series (sample 2) Here is a sample 12-page chapter. This chapter introduces the concept of sociological investigation; describes the theoretical approach of Emile Durkheim and the context of his time; and discusses happiness research, the