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  • Robert King Merton (born Meyer Robert Schkolnick; 4 July 1910 – 23 February 2003) was an American sociologist. He spent most of his career teaching at
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  • his contributions in Economics. Merton was born in New York City to a Jewish father sociologist Robert K. Merton and mother Suzanne Carhart who was
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  • Robert Merton may refer to: Robert K. Merton (1910–2003), American sociologist Robert C. Merton (born 1944), American economist, Nobel Laureate, MIT professor
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  • with Robert K. Merton. Both Merton and Lazarsfeld were new faculty members in Columbia University’s Department of Sociology appointed in 1941. Merton was
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  • In 1942, Robert K. Merton introduced "four sets of institutional imperatives taken to comprise the ethos of modern science... universalism, communalism
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  • Social Theory and Social Structure (category Robert K. Merton)
    Social Structure (STSS) was a landmark publication in sociology by Robert K. Merton. It has been translated into close to 20 languages and is one of the
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  • are social scientific concepts first clarified for sociology by Robert K. Merton. Merton appeared interested in sharpening the conceptual tools to be employed
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  • Middle range theory (sociology) (category Robert K. Merton)
    Middle-range theory, developed by Robert K. Merton, is an approach to sociological theorizing aimed at integrating theory and empirical research. It is
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  • Thomas Merton, O.C.S.O. (January 31, 1915 – December 10, 1968) was an American Catholic writer, theologian and mystic. A Trappist monk of the Abbey of
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  • been advanced by Robert King Merton (1938), Albert K. Cohen (1955), Richard Cloward, Lloyd Ohlin (1960), Neil Smelser (1963), Robert Agnew (1992), Steven
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  • Role model (category Robert K. Merton)
    term "role model" is credited to sociologist Robert K. Merton, who coined the phrase during his career. Merton hypothesized that individuals compare themselves
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  • The Merton thesis is an argument about the nature of early experimental science proposed by Robert K. Merton. Similar to Max Weber's famous claim on the
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  • satisfaction from doing their work and therefore feeling alienated. Robert K. Merton doesn't directly define self-estrangement in his Theory of Deviancy
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  • by sociologist Robert K. Merton in 1968 and takes its name from the parable of the talents in the biblical Gospel of Matthew. Merton credited his collaborator
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  • Encounters. Bobbs-Merrill.  Robert K. Merton (1968). Social theory and social structure. Free Press.  Robert K. Merton "On social structure and science"
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  • sociologist Robert K. Merton expanded on Weber's theories of bureaucracy in his work Social Theory and Social Structure, published in 1957. While Merton agreed
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  • cause of individual success or failure, not a consequence of it. Robert K. Merton made important refinements to functionalist thought. He fundamentally
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  • set" was coined by Robert K. Merton in 1957. He made a clear distinction between a "role set" and a "status set". Robert K. Merton "On social structure
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  • Robert Merton Solow, GCIH (/ˈsoʊloʊ/; born August 23, 1924), is an American economist, particularly known for his work on the theory of economic growth
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  • introduced by Robert K. Merton in 1949, although some incorrectly attribute it to Eugene Garfield, whose work contributed to the popularization of Merton's theory
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