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Mohr, John
Call no.: HM623 .M43 2020Publication: New York : Columbia University Press, c2020Description: xi, 238 p. : illISBN: 9780231180283 (hardcover); 0231180284 (hardcover); 9780231180290 (paperback); 0231180292 (paperback)Subject(s): CultureCulture -- Research -- MethodologyLOC classification: HM623 | .M43 2020
Contents:Introduction: Why measure culture? -- Measuring culture in people -- Measuring culture in objects -- Measuring culture in social relationships -- Pivots and choices in the process of research -- Conclusion: The future of measuring culture.
Summary: "Social scientists seek to develop systematic ways to understand how people make meaning and how the meanings they make shape them and the world in which they live. But how do we measure such processes? Measuring Culture is an essential point of entry for both those new to the field and those who are deeply immersed in the measurement of meaning. Written collectively by a team of leading qualitative and quantitative sociologists of culture, the book considers three common subjects of measurement-people, objects, and relationships-and then discusses how to pivot effectively between subjects and methods. Measuring Culture takes the reader on a tour of the state of the art in measuring meaning, from discussions of neuroscience to computational social science. It provides both the definitive introduction to the sociological literature on culture as well as a critical set of case studies for methods courses across the social sciences"
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction: Why measure culture? -- Measuring culture in people -- Measuring culture in objects -- Measuring culture in social relationships -- Pivots and choices in the process of research -- Conclusion: The future of measuring culture.

"Social scientists seek to develop systematic ways to understand how people make meaning and how the meanings they make shape them and the world in which they live. But how do we measure such processes? Measuring Culture is an essential point of entry for both those new to the field and those who are deeply immersed in the measurement of meaning. Written collectively by a team of leading qualitative and quantitative sociologists of culture, the book considers three common subjects of measurement-people, objects, and relationships-and then discusses how to pivot effectively between subjects and methods. Measuring Culture takes the reader on a tour of the state of the art in measuring meaning, from discussions of neuroscience to computational social science. It provides both the definitive introduction to the sociological literature on culture as well as a critical set of case studies for methods courses across the social sciences"

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