■ Sociological theory and methods
One thing that makes sociology different from many other subjects is that it involves thinking deeply about the nature of knowledge of the social world, as well as getting out into the real world and gathering observable or empirical evidence. This article discusses the history of sociological methods and the different approaches developed since sociology emerged as a discipline in its own right in the nineteenth century.
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