في استنبات حقلٍ مُريب: مئة سنة من علم الاجتماع في الهند

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تعالج هذه الورقة مشكلات وآفاق أهلنة علم الاجتماع في الهند، وهي مقسمة إلى خمسة أجزاء: يقدم الجزء الأول إشكالية علم الاجتماع في سياق القوى الكونية والتوطينية المقابلة، ويناقش الجزء الثاني الأزمة التي تواجه علم الاجتماع في الهند كما عُين في ظل الحكم الاستعماري واتسع كعلم اجتماعيّ محاكٍ إبان الاستقلال، أما الجزء الثالث فيحلل مسألة التوافق الأنطولوجي الإبستمولوجي للتدريس والبحث في الموضوع، ويفحص الجزء الرابع البدائل المقترحة للتعاطي مع هذه المسائل، أما الجزء الأخير فينتهي إلى التفكير في آفاق أهلنة علم الاجتماع في الهند.

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الكلمات المفتاحية

أهلنة
علم الاجتماع
الهند
استنبات مشبوه
كوني

القسم
الأبحاث باللغة الانجليزية
المراجع
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