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by Gary Genosko
What is the value of interdisciplinary theory? Are there any boundaries left which social theory must recognize? This book shows that the vital questions in theory are being posed and followed at the interdisciplinary level. Our awareness of this is curtailed by the institutional organization of social theory which still tends to assume a canon and clear boundaries. Gary ...more
Hardcover, 224 pages
Published June 18th 1998 by Sage Publications Ltd
(first published April 28th 1998)
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A very difficult book to follow. It explores the value of interdisciplinary theory and the questions in theory interdisciplinary level. "Our awareness of this is curtailed by the institutional organization of social theory which still tends to assume a canon and clear boundaries". The challenge for social theorists today is to develop and practice 'undisciplined theories' which constantly question the limits of the canon and expose the porous character of boundaries.