The Nexus between Methods and Power in Sociological Research View Full Text


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DATE

2022-08-12

AUTHORS

Andreas Schmitz, Julian Hamann

ABSTRACT

This article develops an integrative perspective on the nexus between power and sociological research methods. By reflecting upon two of the most widely used methodological approaches in sociology – standardized survey research and qualitative interview research – we develop a comprehensive heuristic framework for examining the ways in which the use of sociological methods affects and intersects any social scientific practice: (1) the power effects that societies and institutional settings exert on methods and the use of methods, (2) power in the use and implementation of methods, and (3) the power effects that methods and the use of methods exert on societies and institutional settings. More... »

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415-436

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