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Social Mindscapes: An Invitation to Cognitive Sociology by Eviatar Zerubavel
Publisher Synopsis The author–a sociologist–proposes that sociology takes into account cognition and the ideas of cognitive science, only to return to the problem of knowledge from a sociological perspective and denounce cognitive science’s emphasis on the individual thinker and the discovery of universal laws of cognitive functioning, at the expense of contextual and cultural factors. Harvard University Press, Why do we eat sardines, but never goldfish; ducks, but never parrots?
Though, it’s more of ho compiling of sociological data, research, and writings presented by Zeruvabel with many of his own coined terms and ideas. Linked Data More info about Linked Data.
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User-contributed reviews Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. In seven brief, but dense, chapters, Eviatar Zerubavel guides the reader through levels of “mental processes” that correspond to creating and maintaining the social, historical, and physical world in which we live. Zerubavel explores the fascinating sociologj in which thought communities carve up and classify reality, assign meanings, and perceive things, “defamiliarizing” in the process many taken-for-granted assumptions.
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Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete some items. Eviatar Zerubavel has given us the field-defining primer we have needed, an invitation to cognitive sociology written with sufficient sophistication that senior scholars will find it engaging and persuasive, yet with such grace and clarity that students will also understand and learn from it.
However, as with many of his writings, his excessive use of examples tends to be more hindering than helpful, as it becomes overwhelming, and more annoyingly so, repetitive. Or are there really events of this ilk?
Thus, the Library continues its policy over the past half-century both of enhancing the collection by adding new volumes and of renewing it by revising or replacing earlier volumes. However, upon reflection, chapters titled “Social Memories” and “Standard Time,” chapters six and seven respectively, could have been longer and more inclusive.
Please try again later. You may send this item to up to five recipients. Abhaya Basnet rated it liked it May 14, This is an important book–sophisticated, well argued, comprehensive–and, last not least, eminently readable. What takes place inside our heads, he reminds us, is deeply affected by our social environments, which are typically groups that are larger than the individual yet considerably smaller than the human race. Page 1 1 Start over Page 1 1.