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  • Alfred Schutz (/ʃʊts/; born Alfred Schütz, German: [ʃʏts]; 13 April 1899 – 20 May 1959) was an Austrian philosopher and social phenomenologist whose work
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  • include: Alfred Schütz (1899–1959), sociologist and philosopher Antal Schütz (1880-1953), Hungarian piarist monk and prominent theologian Caspar Schütz (1540–1594)
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  • include: Alfred Schutz, Phenomenological philosopher and sociologist Dana Schutz, painter in New York David Schütz, Israeli writer Heinrich Schütz, German
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  • The Deutschvölkischer Schutz- und Trutzbund (English: German Nationalist Protection and Defiance Federation) was the largest, most active, and most influential
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  • Theory of Social Action: The Correspondence of Alfred Schutz and Talcott Parsons (1978) Alfred Schutz und die Idee des Alltags in den Sozialwissenschaften
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  • oriented school of sociology, established by the Austrian-American scholar Alfred Schütz. In his works, he developed a theory, known as social constructionism
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  • relations. The leading exponent of Phenomenological Sociology was Alfred Schütz (1899–1959). Schütz sought to provide a critical philosophical foundation for
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  • Schutzstaffel (redirect from Schutz Staffel)
    during World War II. It began with a small guard unit known as the Saal-Schutz ("Hall Security") made up of NSDAP volunteers to provide security for party
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  • particularly Alfred Schütz, who used the term "social world" to designate this distinct level of reality. Within the social world, Schütz distinguished
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  • Luckmann in The Social Construction of Reality. Based on a combination of Alfred Schutz' Sociology of Knowledge and Durkheim's concept of institutions, their
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  • Alfred Schutz's Influence on American Sociologists and Sociology. In Human Studies (Vol. 27, pp. 1-35). Netherlands: Kluwer Academic. Schütz, Alfred
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  • United States" He was a student of Alfred Schutz at the New School for Social Research and helped popularize Schutz' work from the 1960s onward. During
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  • The song's melody was composed during the night of 17–18 May 1944 by Alfred Schütz, a composer, actor and member of the Polish Soldiers' Theater garrisoned
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  • (Alfred J Ploetz) Die Tüchtigkeit unsrer Rasse und der Schutz der Schwachen ISBN 1103490796 (Alfred J Ploetz) Archiv für Rassen- und Gesellschafts-Biologie
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  • Herbert Furth in the early 1920s, whose members included sociologist Alfred Schutz, philosopher Felix Kaufmann, economists Fritz Machlup, Gottfried Haberler
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  • Michael Schütz (born 29 July 1963, Karlsruhe) is a German church musician, composer and university lecturer. He is especially dedicated to the connecting
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  • translation and commentary, by Boutière and Schutz. Biographies des troubadours, edd. and trans. J. Boutière and A.-H. Schutz. Paris: Nizet, 1964. There is a complete
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  • Späth 1980: Klaus Hoffer 1981: Gert Hofmann 1983: Gerhard Roth 1985: Stefan Schütz 1987: Libuše Moníková 1989: Einar Schleef, Edgar Hilsenrath 1991: Peter
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  • The Participating Citizen: A Biography of Alfred Schutz, SUNY UP. 2004. The standard biography of Alfred Schutz. Berger, Peter and Thomas Luckmann. The
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  • Roger Schütz, popularly known as Brother Roger (French: Frère Roger; Provence, Switzerland, May 12, 1915 – Taizé, August 16, 2005), was a Swiss Christian
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