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Catholic Social Science Review

Volume 10, 2005

Vincent Jeffries
Pages 9-20

Integralism and Public Social Science

This article presents Michael Burawoy’s delineation of four forms of social science: professional, critical, policy, and public. Their interdependence in the division of labor of science is considered. The main tenants of integralism are briefly summarized in relation to this typology. This article serves as an introduction to a symposium on integralism. The five articles in the symposium are placed in the context of the forms of social science.

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