Quiet Outrage : The Way of a Sociologist, Hopkins, A., Wolters Kluwer, Sydney, 2016 (Book Review Essay)

Abstract : We most of the time use research results without knowing much about the scientists behind these results. However, writing styles, choice of topics, research design or line of interpretations make it clear that there is always a situated individual behind any research. In ‘Quiet Outrage. The Way of a Sociologist’, Andrew Hopkins illustrates exactly this: the complex relationship between the object and the subject. Andrew Hopkins is a very prolific and successful writer in the field of safety who has sold to this date more than 90,000 copies of his books, and has produced a research which is relevant both to scholars and practitioners in a range of publications...
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Jean-Christophe Le Coze. Quiet Outrage : The Way of a Sociologist, Hopkins, A., Wolters Kluwer, Sydney, 2016 (Book Review Essay). 2017, pp.51-53. ⟨10.1111/1468-5973.12158⟩. ⟨ineris-01853451⟩

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