Table of contents for The politics of method in the human sciences : positivism and its epistemological others / edited by George Steinmetz.

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Introduction	Positivism and Its Others in the Social Sciences
George Steinmetz 
Part 1 	Positivism and Nonpositivism in Twentieth-Century Social Science
Estrangement, Intimacy, and the Objects of Anthropology 
Webb Keane 
Area Studies/Asian Studies 
	Lead Us Not Into Translation: Notes toward a Theoretical Foundation for Asian 
	Michael Dutton 
	Economists and the Economy in the Twentieth Century
	Tim Mitchell
Economics/Philosophy of Science
	How Positivism Made Pact with the Postwar Social Sciences in America
	Philip Mirowski
	The Political Unconscious of Social and Cultural History, or, Confessions of 
Former Quantitative Historian
	Bill Sewell
Political Science/Political Theory 
	Defining "Theory" in Post-War Political Science
	Emily Hauptmann 
Sociology and Economics
	Beware Trojan Horses bearing Social Capital: How Ideational Power Turned 
Gdansk into a Bowling Alley
	Margaret R. Somers
	Scientific Authority and the Transition to Post-Fordism: The Plausibility of 
Positivism in American Sociology since 1945
	George Steinmetz
Part 2	Alternatives to Positivism in the Human Sciences
Critical Realism
	Critical Realism
	Andrew Collier
Standpoint Theory
	Negotiating with the Positivist Legacy: New Social Justice Movements and a 
Standpoint Politics of Method
	Sandra Harding
Economics and Critical Realism
A Perspective on Modern Economics
Tony Lawson
Process and Temporality in Sociology
	The Idea of Outcome in American Sociology
	Andrew Abbott
Psychoanalysis as Critique 
	Psychoanalysis and the Theory of the Subject
	Anthony Elliott
Sociology of Science
	The Real and the Imaginary in Economic Methodology
	Dan Breslau
Transcending the Facts/Value Dichotomy in Political Science
	Facts, Values, and "Real" Numbers: Making Sense in and of Political Science
	Sophia Mihic, Stephen Engelmann, and Elisabeth Wingrove
History and Defiance 
	On Your Marx: From Cultural History to the History of Society
	Geoff Eley
Conclusion	Provincializing the Social Sciences
		Michael Burawoy

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Social sciences -- Methodology.