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Lee Harvey - Critical Social Research

Lee Harvey - Critical Social Research

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An introduction to Critical Social Research from a Marxist perspective.
An introduction to Critical Social Research from a Marxist perspective.

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CRITICAL SOCIAL RESEARCH
Lee Harvey 
 
© Lee Harvey 1990 and 2011, last updated 9 May, 2011Citation reference: Harvey, L., [1990] 2011,
Critical Social Research 
, available atqualityresearchinternational.com/csr, last updated 9 May, 2011, originally published inLondon by Unwin Hyman, all rights revert to author.
 
Table of Contents 1.1 Introduction
2
 Table of Contents
 Table of Contents.................................................................................................................................2
1. Basics..................................................................................................................................................4
1.1 Introduction................................................................................................................................4
1.2 Criticism and knowledge..........................................................................................................5
1.3 Empirical study..........................................................................................................................8
1.4 Critical and conventional ethnography...................................................................................9
1.5 The Critical Tradition..............................................................................................................13
1.6 Elements of Critical Social Research....................................................................................17
2. Class..................................................................................................................................................27
2.1 Introduction..............................................................................................................................27
2.2 Class, production and culture................................................................................................28
2.3 Karl Marx:
Capital 
....................................................................................................................31
2.4 C. Wright Mills:
The Power Elite 
..............................................................................................38
2.5 J.H Goldthorpe, D. Lockwood
et al 
.:
The Affluent Worker 
.................................................44
2.6 Paul Willis: Learning to Labour.............................................................................................50
2.7 Roger Grimshaw and Tony Jefferson:
Interpreting Policework
.............................................55
2.8 Judith Williamson: Decoding Advertisements....................................................................65
2.9 Will Wright: Six Guns and Society........................................................................................73
2.10 Conclusion..............................................................................................................................81
3. Gender.............................................................................................................................................83
3.1 Introduction..............................................................................................................................83
3.2 Perspectives..............................................................................................................................84
3.3. Ann Oakley: Sociology of Housework................................................................................89
3.4. Cynthia Cockburn:
Brothers 
....................................................................................................95
3.5 Sallie Westwood—All Day Every Day...............................................................................101
3.6 Khawar Mumtaz and Farida Shaheed—Women of Pakistan.........................................109
3.7 Joanna Liddle & Rama Joshi—Daughters of Independence..........................................112
3.8 Conclusion..............................................................................................................................117
4. Race................................................................................................................................................120
4.1 Introduction............................................................................................................................120
4.3 Joyce Ladner—Tomorrow’s Tomorrow............................................................................123
4.4 Lois Weiss—Between Two Worlds....................................................................................129
4.5 Gideon Ben-Tovim, John Gabriel, Ian Law and Kathleen Stredder—The
Local Politics of Race 
..............................................................................................................................................134
4.6 Mark Duffield—Black radicalism and the Politics of De-industrialisation..................140
4.7 Conclusion..............................................................................................................................146
 
Lee Harvey – Critical Social Research
35. Conclusion.....................................................................................................................................149
5.1 Empirical enquiry...................................................................................................................149
5.2 Getting beneath the surface.................................................................................................149
5.3 Contradiction..........................................................................................................................150
5.4 Myth.........................................................................................................................................151
5.5 Knowledge as process...........................................................................................................152
5.6 Critical case study...................................................................................................................153
5.7 Radical historicism.................................................................................................................153
5.8 Critical ethnography..............................................................................................................154
5.9 Structuralist techniques.........................................................................................................155
5.10 The critical social research process...................................................................................157
5.11 An ending..............................................................................................................................160

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