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Distinctions and Something Between: An Inspection of Eviatar Zerubavel’s Concept Driven Sociology
The paper presents short summaries and analyses of two books by Eviatar Zerubavel (2018a; 2020) that are demonstrations of his approach to cognitive sociology. The first book (2018a) shows examples of the analysis in Zerubavelian cognitive sociology, and the second one is a methodological and theoretical elaboration of his approach described in formal terms. We analyze the approach presented at the end of the paper, showing that the analysis of distinctions and perceptive categories is essential in Zerubavel analysis. Still, there is an unclear dimension (in between) included in the contexts of perception, lived experiences, and perception of the world beyond the categories that we introduce in our analysis.
Zerubavelian cognitive sociology, semiotics, grounded theory
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Konecki, K. T. (2021). Distinctions and Something Between: An Inspection of Eviatar Zerubavel’s Concept Driven Sociology. The Qualitative Report, 26(4), 1150-1156. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2021.4840
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