Kurt H. Wolff
THERE appear to be relatively few sociological and anthropological monographs that throw light on the process by which the student's experience in the field is transformed into his published statement.2 And yet, since it is, after all, a man -- and not some impersonal scientific apparatus -- who makes the study and since the student's subject matter, too, is man, however complexly abstracted he may be, it would seem exceed____________________
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Publication information: Book title: Human Organization Research:Field Relations and Techniques. Contributors: Richard N. Adams - Editor, Jack J. Preiss - Editor. Publisher: Dorsey Press. Place of publication: Homewood, IL. Publication year: 1960. Page number: 240.
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