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http://www.w3.org/ns/prov#value
  • In addition to this invisible public he identified a visible public, namely organic public sociology, ???in which the sociologist works in close connection with a visible, thick, active, local and often counter-public.??? (2005:7) In many senses this is the view of the sociologist as activist or partisan, where the goal is to strike ???up a dialogic relation??? where the topic is a conversation ab
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  • seminar.net