realise that many will be unhappy with the apparent conclusion that the only role for interpretivism is somehow that of the labourer who prepares the ground for the altogether more serious enterprise of survey research. This is not my intention and it is a matter I will return to in Chapter 5. However, I must first turn my attention to two angry crowds gathering at the gates. The first is denouncing science as a project per se and the second is denouncing the idea of social science as science.
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