Ideology and the Social Sciences

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5.
As William and Press ( 1998: 8) pointed out, in reference to recent events of American public life.
6.
That, by the way, could explain why Bourdieu's indictment of television was generally well received in journalistic circles.
7.
The reference is, of course, to Riesman's 1950 inner-directed personality.
8.
Even with the additional prestige conferred by membership of the Académie des Sciences Morales et Politiques, as is the case with Boudon.
9.
This was strongly suggested by Jean-Louis Fabiani, director of studies at the EHESS, in a comment published by the daily Le Monde ( Feb. 12, 1997, p. 15). See also Fabiani, Ethis, and Pedler ( 1997).

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