BOOK REVIEW ESSAY: After Methods, After Subjects, After Drugs

Cameron James Duff

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Abstract

The differentiation of subjects and objects, of the human and the nonhuman, is perhaps the most significant and enduring of all ontological and epistemological commitments in the social sciences. To imagine social inquiry without reifying the subject in all its diverse guises?without distinguishing subjects from the variety of ?things? that comprise the world of interaction and experience?offends both the primary methodological conventions governing social science and, ostensibly, its broader moral and ethical purpose
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)265 - 287
Number of pages23
JournalContemporary Drug Problems
Volume39
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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