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The American Sociologist

, Volume 20, Issue 4, pp 362–372 | Cite as

Seeing our seeing: Gouldner’s reflexive sociology from a feminist phenomenological perspective

  • Louise Levesque-Lopman
Retrospective Reviews: The Coming Crisis In Western Sociology By Alvin W. Gouldner

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Social World Social Reality Feminist Perspective Feminist Criticism Domain Assumption 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Louise Levesque-Lopman
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  1. 1.the Women Studies ProgramRegis CollegeWeston

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