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Chapter 27 | Facts, Values, and Objectivity

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Facts, Values, and Objectivity

Although concern over values in social science spans a century, no serious commentator has argued that values have no relevance for social science. Even Max Weber, the figure most associated with the ideal of value-neutrality for social science, is quite clear that social science cannot proceed without ...

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