Rite of Spring

Rite of Spring Why is there no Grand Theory in the study of folklore Talcott Parsons advocated grand theory which put the analysis of social phenomena on a new track in the broadest possible terms Not all

  • Title: Rite of Spring
  • Author: Lee Haring
  • ISBN: 9780253024398
  • Page: 102
  • Format: Paperback
  • Why is there no Grand Theory in the study of folklore Talcott Parsons 1902 1979 advocated grand theory, which put the analysis of social phenomena on a new track in the broadest possible terms Not all sociologists or folklorists accept those broad terms some still adhere to the empirical level Through a forum sponsored by the American Folklore Society, the diversWhy is there no Grand Theory in the study of folklore Talcott Parsons 1902 1979 advocated grand theory, which put the analysis of social phenomena on a new track in the broadest possible terms Not all sociologists or folklorists accept those broad terms some still adhere to the empirical level Through a forum sponsored by the American Folklore Society, the diverse answers to the question of such a theory arrived at substantial agreement American folklorists have produced little grand theory One speaker even found all the theory folklorists need in the history of philosophy The two women in the forum Noyes and Mills spoke in defense of theory that is local, apt, suited to the audience, and humble the men Bauman and Fine reached for something Parsons might have recognized The essays in this collection, developed from the forum presentations, defend diverse positions, but they largely accept the longstanding concentration in American folkloristics on the quotidian and local.

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