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Theory developed by Peter Berger (1929–2017) and Thomas Luckman (1927–2016) in The Social Construction of Reality: A Treatise in the Sociology of Knowledge (1966). The social constructionist perspective contends that individuals and their differences are created or constructed through social processes (e.g., political, religious, and ...

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The Theory of Social Construction. Peter Jackson & Jan Penrose. What is Social Construction? Social Construction Theory is concerned with the ways we think about and use categories to structure our experience and analysis of the world. (Jackson, Penrose) Nurture versus Nature.

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SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF TECHNOLOGYThe phrase the social construction of technology is used in at least two different, though overlapping, ways. Broadly it refers to a theory about how a variety of social factors and forces shape technological development, technological change, and the meanings associated with technology. More narrowly, the phrase refers to a specific account of the social ...

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Social Justice Usage. Source: Berger, P. and T. Luckmann. The Social Construction of Reality: A Treatise in the Sociology of Knowledge.Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1966. The notion that patterns of human interaction (often deemed to be normal, natural or universal) are, in fact, humanly produced and constructed by social expectation and coercion but is presented as “objective.”

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Medical sociologists use social constructionist theory to interpret the social experience of illness. Social constructionism holds that individuals and groups produce their own conceptions of reality, and that knowledge itself is the product of social dynamics. There is a distinction between the medical notion of disease and the social ...

blogs.swarthmore.edu/burke/blog/2008/11/03/the-problem-with-social-construction

Social construction is a way to get at contingency, the possibility for things to be otherwise, as Foucault dramatizes with the wacky Chinese bestiary at the beginning of Order of Things. History and anthropology tend toward explorations of otherness, but both also have strands seeking to identify invariant human universals.

legaldictionary.net/social-contract-theory

Social Contract Theory Example. As an example of social contract theory in practice, consider if William accuses Adam of stealing $1,000 from him. Adam denies having done it. In a natural law state, the men might settle the matter by fighting – or perhaps William would break into Adam’s home and attempt to take the money back.

www.personal.psu.edu/.../2011/10/the-social-construction-of-gender.html

Society constructs our gender and categorizes its members similar as it does with age, ethnicity, race, social class and status. However the categorization according to gender is another way of manipulating members of a society and to promote inequalities.

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The first five constructs were developed as part of the SLT; the construct of self-efficacy was added when the theory evolved into SCT. Reciprocal Determinism - This is the central concept of SCT. This refers to the dynamic and reciprocal interaction of person (individual with a set of learned experiences), environment (external social context ...

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Social constructionism is theory that knowledge is not real, and only exists because we give them reality through social agreement - nations, books, etc. don't exist in absence of human society. The self is a social construct too - our identity is created by interactions with other people, and our reactions to the other people.