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Unintended Consequences: History of the Concept
Unintended consequences might be linked to three problems in social sciences: purposive social action, human action (but not human design), and purposive social intervention. The treatments of theseExpand
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Challenging the innovation paradigm [Book Review]
Review(s) of: Challenging the innovation paradigm, Karl-Erik Sveiby, Pernilla Gripenberg and Beata Segercrants (eds.) ISBN13: 978-0-415-52275-5 (hbk) ISBN13: 978-0-203-12097-2 (ebk); Routledge, NewExpand
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From Diffusion to Translation and Back. Disembedding-Re-Embedding and Re-Invention in Sociological Studies of Diffusion
Abstract:This paper reviews and parallels the thesis of disembedding-re-embedding of ideas, objects and practices in the translation paradigm (a la Scandinavian institutionalism) with the discussionExpand
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Workshop on Embeddedness and Embedding
Conference of the Polish Sociological Association, the University of Gdansk and the Kashubian Institute.Gdansk, 14-15 May 2012This was the second conference on concepts from economic sociology andExpand
Scandals and Party Moots: Mass Protests during the Ceauşescu Regime in Romania
Contents: Scandal - Party Moot - Communism - Ceausescu Regime - Mass Protest - Romania - Rituals of Public Apology - Shaming - Bullying.
Workshop review: new economic sociology and sociology: Where do They Meet? Where do They Diverge? Warsaw, May 22-23, 2017
This review presents the theoretical grounding and agenda of a series of works on new economic sociology that was launched in May 2017, in Warsaw, by the Polish Sociological Association’s recentlyExpand