A theoretical approach which sets out to uncover the methods that members of social groups employ in constructing their sense of social reality is known as :
Who provides an account of the role of common-sense knowledge in the social construction of everyday life and institutions ?
Answer:Berger and Luckmann
According to whom, ‘the ideological superstructure is not merely a reflection of the economy but also in part condition of its existence ?
Who is the author of the book ‘Legitimation crises’ ?
Who has defined neo-functionalism as “a self-critical strand of functional theory that seeks to broaden functionalism’s intellectual scope while retaining its theoretical core” ?
Answer:J. Alexander and P. Colomy
For whom, the lifeworld is a ‘culturally transmitted and linguistically organized stock of interpretative patterns’ ?
A French Philosopher has influenced very much the sociological thinking by drawing a methodology of human language. Who is he ?
Who, in his theory, advances an account of interrelation of structure and agency in which primacy is granted to neither ?
Who has contributed to a debate on reason, language, knowledge and power that contributed much to sociological theories ?
A repudiation of the logo centric construction of grand narratives is termed as :
A mode of thinking that applies truth claims to universal propositions is known as :
For whom the signifier has no stable relations to the signified ?
Which one of the following is not a source of diversity in India ?
Milton Singer and McKim Marriott studied social change in India using which concepts ?
Answer:Little and Great Tradition
In the past, who among foreign travellers observed and recorded that unity in diversity has become a part of India’s self-identity ?
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