Before reflexivity comes preflexivity

or how to make sociology more open




prereflexivitet, prereflexivity, reflexivity, open sociology, öppen sociologi




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Referera så här

Engstam, Anna. 2023. ”Before Reflexivity Comes Preflexivity : Or How to Make Sociology More Open”. Sociologisk Forskning 60 (2):145-50.



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