Ideology and the Social Sciences

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with ideology-influenced criteria, classifications, and beliefs until it explicitly acknowledges the influence they exert on the process of knowledge production and makes them an explicit object of inquiry. Without self- reflection, popular myths and ideological expediency will continue to dictate what passes for social science. This chapter, I hope, is a small step toward that trend reducing social sciences into mere cultural texts or political propaganda.


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