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Research Methodology in Kurdish Studies

Interactions between Fieldwork, Epistemology and Theory

Mehmet Orhan

Oberschall , A.R. ( 1965 ), ‘ Max Weber and Empirical Social Research ’, American Sociological Review 30 , no. 2 : 185 – 199 . Malinowski , B. ( 1932 ), Arganouts of the Western Pacific ( London : Routledge ). Nikitine , B. ( 1956 ), Les Kurdes

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Introduction

Tax Beyond the Social Contract

Nicolette Makovicky and Robin Smith

-state. Karl Marx, Max Weber, and Émile Durkheim all investigated how taxation could foster or impede capitalist development, the reproduction of class inequality, and the mode of production and division of labor ( Martin and Prasad 2014: 332 ). Yet it fell to

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“Avoiding the mistakes of the past”

Tower block failure discourse and economies of risk management in London's Olympic Park

Saffron Woodcraft

to the festival of Britain . London : Mansell . Gay , Paul du . 2008 . “ Max Weber and the moral economy of office .” Journal of Cultural Economy 1 ( 2 ): 129 – 144 . Gilbert , Pamela K. 2007 . The citizen's body: Desire, health, and the

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Amanda J. Reinke

subaltern officials and scribes of all sorts. The body of officials actively engaged in a ‘public’ office, along with the respective apparatus of material implements and the files, makes up a bureau. ( Weber 1978: 957 ) Following Max Weber, writing

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Into and Out of Citizenship, through Personal Tax Payments

Romanian Migrants’ Leveraging of British Self-Employment

Dora-Olivia Vicol

, Max . ( 1946 ) 1991 . From Max Weber: Essays in Sociology . Trans. and ed. H. H. Gerth and C. Wright Mills . 2nd rev. ed. London : Routledge . Yuval-Davis , Nira , Georgie Wemyss , and Kathryn Cassidy . 2018 . “ Everyday Bordering

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Joost Beuving and Geert de Vries

could say that good explanations are socio-scientific understandings of everyday understandings; or as Max Weber famously proposed: ‘A science which attempts the interpretive understanding of social action in order thereby to arrive at a causal