Introduction to Structurationist Sociology

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Paul C. Mocombe, PhD – Associate Professor of Philosophy and Sociology, West Virginia State University, President/CEO of the Mocombeian Foundation, Inc., Lauderhill, Florida, United States

Series: Social Issues, Justice and Status
BISAC: SOC026040; SOC019000; SOC000000
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/EPTE8334

This book outlines the tenets and problematic of structurationist sociology. In resolving its problematic — the structure/agency problematic of duality — the author posits a structurationist sociology, consciousness field theory, and phenomenological structuralism that is tied to an emergent logico-metaphysical materialist account regarding the constitution and perpetuation of the multiverse, consciousness, society, and the individual. The author concludes that consciousness field theory and phenomenological structuralism fix structurationism and make it a formidable (universal) theory and methodology for all of the social sciences.

 

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
 
Introduction

Chapter 1. The Structure/Agency Problematic

Chapter 2. The Structurationist Response

Chapter 3. The Structurationist Problematic

Chapter 4. Mocombeian Structurationism

Chapter 5. Consciousness Field Theory and the Emergence of the “I”

Chapter 6. The Constitution of Society

Chapter 7. Conclusion

References

About the Author

Index

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