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But consistent with recent textbooks in theory (for instance the latter editions of George Ritzer's Classical Sociological Theory, 2005), Bratton, Denham, and Deutschmann make a case for expanding the classical canon beyond the three founding theorists.
Additionally, in a study of Norwegian student teachers, Braton and Stromso (2004) suggested that those who believed intelligence to be a fixed attribute were less likely to adopt mastery goals and more likely to adopt performance-avoidance goals than were incremental theorists.
Organized into several sections, this chapter establishes a context for Praecepta musicae poeticae, including a discussion of the influence of previous theorists.
But Dalgleish switched the colt to the outside, got him balanced and running and in the end Theorist won decisively.
The argument informing McDonald's extracts from writings on government, politics, war, health, and public welfare by twenty-four "unjustly excluded" women theorists, is that social sciences would be different now "if the work of these women had been given the attention it merited" (p.
Queer theorists dismiss criticism that they are more interested in the ivory tower than the real world of activism.
Spin imparts unique signatures on the structure of space-time around black holes," note theorists Ramesh Narayan of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge, Mass and Eliot Quataert of the University of California, Berkeley in a recent article.
The key theorist of social constructivism, Vygotsky, becomes the first and main critic of Piaget and his followers.
In the last quarter of the twentieth century, a host of theorists have added to the understanding of the phenomenon of career choice and development.
The earliest theorists of this new idea declared that all human beings have rights that delimit a zone in which they are morally entitled to set their own course, subject only to avoiding trespass on the protected zones of others.
With Fighting Words: Black Women and the Search for Justice, sociologist and social theorist Patricia Hill Collins extends the arguments she began eight years ago in Black Feminist Thought: Knowledge, Consciousness, and the Politics of Empowerment.