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The social construction of reality : a treatise in the sociology of knowledge / Peter L. Berger and Thomas Luckmann.

By: Berger, Peter L.
Contributor(s): Luckmann, Thomas [aut].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Anchor Books, cop. 1966Description: x, 219 str. ; 21 cm.ISBN: 0385058985.Subject(s): sociologija znanja | sociologija znanosti
Contents:
Introduction: The problem of the sociology of knowledge
I. The foundations of knowledge in everyday life: 1. The reality of everyday life -- 2. Social interaction in everyday life -- 3. Language and knowledge in everyday life
II. Society as objective reality: 1. Institutionalization: a. Organism and activity -- b. Origins of institutionalization -- c. Sedimentation and tradition -- d. Roles -- e. Scope and modes of institutionalization -- 2. Legitimation: a. Ogirins of symbolic universes -- b. Conceptual machineries of universe-maintenance -- c. Social organization for universe-maintenance
III. Society as subjective reality: 1. Internalization of reality: a. Primary socialization -- b. Secondary socialization -- c. Maintenance and transformation of subjective reality -- 2. Internalization and social structure; 3. Theories about identity -- 4. Organism and identity
Conclusion: The sociology of knowledge and sociological theory
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Introduction: The problem of the sociology of knowledge

I. The foundations of knowledge in everyday life: 1. The reality of everyday life -- 2. Social interaction in everyday life -- 3. Language and knowledge in everyday life

II. Society as objective reality: 1. Institutionalization: a. Organism and activity -- b. Origins of institutionalization -- c. Sedimentation and tradition -- d. Roles -- e. Scope and modes of institutionalization -- 2. Legitimation: a. Ogirins of symbolic universes -- b. Conceptual machineries of universe-maintenance -- c. Social organization for universe-maintenance

III. Society as subjective reality: 1. Internalization of reality: a. Primary socialization -- b. Secondary socialization -- c. Maintenance and transformation of subjective reality -- 2. Internalization and social structure; 3. Theories about identity -- 4. Organism and identity

Conclusion: The sociology of knowledge and sociological theory

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