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Luna Ribeiro Campos

Women in the Making of Social Theory Beyond the Canon

by Luna Ribeiro Campos and Verônica Toste Daflon

In 1838, Harriet Martineau defended the creation of rules for producing “safe generalizations” about societies. Almost six decades before the release of Émile Durkheim’s The Rules of Sociological Method, Martineau published How to Observe Morals and Manners, an exquisite work on the epistemological challenges involved in the production of knowledge about human beings and their interrelationships. Martineau...

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