What about Mozart? What about Murder?: Reasoning from Cases

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Conventional social science looks for correlations between small variables (thought to be causal ) in a large collection of cases, isolating such items as age or gender or social class. Becker s alternative is to investigate one or more cases intensively. The aim is to discover new elements of a situation, new steps in a process of thought, which reveal the inner workings of black boxes (input-output mechanisms). The challenge is to show how you get from the detailed knowledge of one case to more general ideas about how ...

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What about Mozart? What about Murder?: Reasoning from Cases
2014, University of Chicago Press, Chicago

ISBN-13: 9780226166490

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What about Mozart? What about Murder?: Reasoning from Cases
2014, University of Chicago Press, Chicago

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