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ERIC Number: EJ166517
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Publication Date: 1977
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Applied Social Science, Teaching, and Political Action
Cleary, Edward; Garrido-Pinto, German
Human Organization, 36, 3, 268-73, F 77
Behind differences in style of North and Latin American social scientists lie profound divergences of conceptions of social science and of typical levels of analysis. Important consequences of these differences follow for styles of teaching, research, or community involvement. This paper explores these cleavages and exemplifies how one might teach in order to facilitate political action without falling into the trap of social engineering. (Author/NQ)
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Identifiers - Location: United States