well that’s what I’m trying to puzzle out. Sociology uses language similar to the language of architecture, which also confuses me sometimes; but structuration theory seems to be that thing that sits between an individual and societies structures, neither ever standing alone from the other but both influencing each other

well that’s what I’m trying to puzzle out. Sociology uses language similar to the language of architecture, which also confuses me sometimes; but structuration theory seems to be that thing that sits between an individual and societies structures, neither ever standing alone from the other but both influencing each other

So it’s got a kind of nature/nurture feel to it – probably sitting in that awkward zone that every academic field has

 

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