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Title The reflexive initiative : on the grounds and prospects of analytic theorizing / edited by Stanley Raffel and Barry Sandywell.
Imprint London : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2016.


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Description 1 online resource (x, 292 pages)
Series Routledge advances in sociology
Routledge advances in sociology.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed April 12, 2016).
Subject Sociology.
Contents Part I. Editors' introduction. The origins and prospects of analytic theorizing / Stanley Raffel and Barry Sandywell -- Part II. History and contexts of analytic theory. Dialectic, indebtedness, ambivalence and the pursuit of analytic speech: revisiting On the Beginning of Social Inquiry / Barry Sandywell -- Part III. Topics in analysis. Analysis and sincerity: warding off relativism / Gregor Schnuer ; Reunions: standing and turning relationships / Eric Laurier ; Rethinking art: a borderline case / Stanley Raffel ; Expats / Richard Feesey ; The complaint: an analysis / Saeed Hydaralli -- Part IV. Dialogical and dialectical engagements. Dasein/Analysis: Blum and McHugh between ethnomethodological heresy and the continental tradition / Steve Bailey ; The Analysis school and feminism: intersection, explanation, and a challenge / Stephen Kemp ; Collaboration and the birth of comedy: from the symbolic to the real in the development of analysis / Patrick Colfer ; Resistance in collective and collaborative problem solving / Andriani Papadopoulou ; Analytic desire and everyday life: the practice of theory in On the Beginning of Social Inquiry / David A. Lynes ; Dialectic, reflexivity, and good troublesome company / Kieran Bonner -- Part V. Origins and prospects. On the unending beginning of social inquiry / Alan Blum.
Other Author Raffel, Stanley, editor.
Sandywell, Barry, editor.
Other Title Print version: Reflexive initiative. London : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2016 9781138911468 1138911461