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Cognitive dimensions of social science / Mark Turner.

By: Turner, Mark, 1954-Material type: TextTextPublication details: Oxford, UK ; New York : Oxford University Press, ©2001. Description: 1 online resource (vi, 183 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 1423745620; 9781423745624; 9780195139044; 0195139046; 1280481137; 9781280481130; 9780199760619; 0199760616Subject(s): Social sciences | Cognition | Sciences sociales | Cognition | SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Essays | Cognition | Social sciencesGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Cognitive dimensions of social science.DDC classification: 300 LOC classification: H61 | .T97 2001ebOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
1 Deep Play; 2 Reason; 3 Choice; 4 Analogy; 5 Descent of Meaning; 6 Cognitive Social Science; Appendices; Notes; References; Index
Summary: In "The Literary Mind" (OUP, 1996), Mark Turner offered a bold theory about the role of story and projection in thought and in the origins of language. In this work, Turner outlines the consequences of that theory for social scientific inquiries into human meaning. He offers here a picture of how humanistic and cognitive scientific study of meaning could combine with social scientific study of meaning to create a new field, "cognitive social science". Each chapter of the book applies the theory elaborated in "The Literary Mind" to a different area or theme in social scientific research. Then, in his conclusion, Turner charts the agenda for cognitive social science.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 171-177) and index.

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In "The Literary Mind" (OUP, 1996), Mark Turner offered a bold theory about the role of story and projection in thought and in the origins of language. In this work, Turner outlines the consequences of that theory for social scientific inquiries into human meaning. He offers here a picture of how humanistic and cognitive scientific study of meaning could combine with social scientific study of meaning to create a new field, "cognitive social science". Each chapter of the book applies the theory elaborated in "The Literary Mind" to a different area or theme in social scientific research. Then, in his conclusion, Turner charts the agenda for cognitive social science.

1 Deep Play; 2 Reason; 3 Choice; 4 Analogy; 5 Descent of Meaning; 6 Cognitive Social Science; Appendices; Notes; References; Index

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