Robert Merton


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Noun1.Robert Merton - United States sociologist (1910-2003)
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To sort through the bedlam, Hasegawa borrows from two sociologists contemporaneous to the revolution, Emile Durkheim and Max Weber, and a third, Robert Merton, who built upon Durkheim's original theory of anomie, "the condition of normlessness" that occurs when social cohesion breaks down (13).
Those who have studied sociology could use this text to harken back to criminal justice theorists Robert Merton and Emile Durkheim and get refreshers on their theories.
A number of leading financial academics work with and advise Dimensional, including Nobel laureates Eugene Fama and Robert Merton, as well as Kenneth French and Robert Novy-Marx.
Robert Merton had a middle-range solution to the biggest problems in translation studies, and in this examination it seems to work.
Past NBER-affiliated winners include: Alvin Roth, 2012; Thomas Sargent and Christopher Sims, 2011; Peter Diamond and Dale Mortensen, 2010; Paul Krugman, 2008; Edward Prescott and Finn Kydland, 2004; Robert Engle, 2003; George Akerlof and Joseph Stiglitz, 2001; James Heckman and Daniel McFadden, 2000; Robert Merton and Myron Scholes, 1997; Robert Lucas, Jr., 1995; Gary Becker, 1992; the late Robert Fogel, 1993; George Stigler, 1982; Theodore Schultz, 1979; Milton Friedman, 1976; and Simon Kuznets, 1971.
Es Robert Merton quien abre la trama: "Un linaje mas pertinente para los usos actuales se remonta a los origenes de la sociologia de la ciencia desarrollada en el ambito academico y, especialmente, al escenario del cual surgio la primera obra de Robert Merton en los anos treinta" (SHAPIN 2005, p.
They unveiled it with a big splash this week in a hearing featuring Nobel Prize winner Robert Merton and Bill Bradley, the former Democratic presidential candidate and U.S.
Almgren and Lindhorst invoke the influential mid-20th century sociologist Robert Merton as they contrast the safety net's manifest function of providing health care to uninsured and otherwise marginalized populations with their latent functions.