,Nimm zwei!' - Eine Replik auf Klaus Amann

Schimank, Uwe
April 1995
Zeitschrift für Soziologie;apr1995, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p159
Academic Journal
This article presents a response to the article ",99 Luftballons' (Nena) Eine Antwort auf Uwe Schimanks „Für eine Erneuerung der institutionalistischen Wissenschaftssoziologie" (ZfS 1/1995)," by Klaus Amann. The author criticizes Amann's characterization of the former's proposal of a renewal of the sociology of science as "polarizing."


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