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socjolohia Science for the post-normal age. Normativisation and its processes as seen from the neo-functional perspective: Socjolohia governance and post-liberal democracy.

The situational normativism approach. Research institutes as hybrid organizations: The political use of knowledge in the policy process. The interaction of society, politics and law: As is signaled at the end, this paper is ultimately targeted at science governance, though this is in itself a notion requiring additional studies if it is to be viewed in particular contexts.

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The normativisation concept is here embodied in the neo-functional perspective, with a view to its relationship with the sociology of science being elaborated funkcjonakizm deeply, and new analytical paths provided, in this case in regard to the understanding of science. Grounded theory mapping after the postmodern turn. The politicization of science: Policy making under discontinuous change: Changing forms of governance and the role of law.

The paper scrutinises the notion of normativisation as a concept met with only relatively rarely in the sphere of the sociology of science. Organizing interfaces between government institutions and interactive governance. Communication and the Evolution of Society.


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