"...emotions are in themselves generative mechanisms with special tendencies toward action, inaction, and communication. In their most immediate effects, emotions motivate approaching or avoiding behavior." * This is a guest blog post by Dr. Benjamin Lamb-Books....read more
In the American Sociological Association Theory Section Newsletter Perspectives, senior consultants and affiliated faculty members working with the Critical Realism Network crafted a response to the question: "What is Critical Realism?". If you are...read more
This is a guest post by Onur Özmen (University College London) Onur Özmen is a PhD student at the Institute of Education, University College London and is working on critical realism and ethics. This blog post is adapted from a section of the paper...read more
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