Editorial: A conversation about performative social science

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Authors: Gergen, M. and Jones, K.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/5685/

http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs0802437

Journal: Forum: Qualitative Social Research

Volume: 9

Pages: 1-12

ISSN: 1438-5627

Conversing by e-mail and mediated by an imaginary cyber-moderator, two of the co-editors of this Special Issue on Performative Social Science (PSS) Mary GERGEN and Kip JONES, themselves pioneers of PSS, engage in conversation around such topics as creativity, skill and craft, outputs and outcomes, aesthetics, audience, evaluation, interpretation, scholarship, ambiguity, talking and doing, and inter-disciplinary collaborations. While GERGEN concludes that action is meaningful and rich in symbolic significance, JONES, like Norma DESMOND, speculates that PSS "is big; it's the pictures that got smaller".

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Authors: Gergen, M. and Jones, K.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/5685/

Journal: Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung

Volume: 9

Issue: 2

eISSN: 1438-5627

Conversing by e-mail and mediated by an imaginary cyber-moderator, two of the co-editors of this Special Issue on Performative Social Science (PSS) Mary GERGEN and Kip JONES, themselves pioneers of PSS, engage in conversation around such topics as creativity, skill and craft, outputs and outcomes, aesthetics, audience, evaluation, interpretation, scholarship, ambiguity, talking and doing, and inter-disciplinary collaborations. While GERGEN concludes that action is meaningful and rich in symbolic significance, JONES, like Norma DESMOND, speculates that PSS "is big; it's the pictures that got smaller". © 2008 FQS.

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