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Title: Discourse formation and praxis in everyday life
Authors: Roy, Sanjay K.
Keywords: Self-formation
Patriarchy
Praxis
Communalism
Secularism
Critical agency
Issue Date: 31-Mar-2017
Publisher: University of North Bengal
Description: In sociology, and in other social sciences, we generally talk about others, while keeping absolutely mum about ourselves. The result is so called “objective” (in most cases manipulated) “scientific” dispassionate “texts”1 which obscure the reality and do not help enriching our collective wisdom. Subjective knowledge (in Weberian sense), drawn by applying reflexive or autobiographical method, which is usually given no respect in the so-called scientific tradition, could be an alternative mode of doing sociology. Discourses in sociology and other social sciences could be drawn from lived experiences, with high degree of embeddedness, which would help understand the dynamics of everyday life social praxis better.
URI: http://ir.nbu.ac.in/handle/123456789/3595
ISSN: 2348-6538
Appears in Collections:Vol. 4 (March 2017)

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