Social science, Epistemology, Sociological theory, Culture theory and Hermeneutics are his primary areas of study. Philip Smith has researched Social science in several fields, including Globalization, Ethnic group and National identity. His studies deal with areas such as Cultural history, Cultural analysis and Cultural system as well as Epistemology.
His Sociological theory study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Civil society, Sociological imagination, Deviance, Sociology of leisure and Unemployment. His work in Civil society covers topics such as Political history which are related to areas like Cultural studies. His Culture theory study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Critical theory, Sociology of culture, Material culture and Symbolic interactionism.
Philip Smith mainly investigates Social science, Epistemology, Social psychology, Social theory and Media studies. He has researched Social science in several fields, including National identity, Semiotics and Narrative. His research integrates issues of Culture theory, Sociology of culture and Politics in his study of Epistemology.
His work in Social psychology tackles topics such as Negotiation which are related to areas like Perception. The various areas that Philip Smith examines in his Social theory study include Civil society, Social philosophy, Environmental ethics, Reflexivity and Drama. His studies deal with areas such as Religious studies and Deviance as well as Sociological theory.
Philip Smith mainly focuses on Sociology of culture, Drama, Social science, Social theory and Environmental ethics. His Sociology of culture research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Sociology of leisure, Epistemology, Cultural turn and Narrative. His study brings together the fields of Social change and Social science.
His Social theory research includes themes of Reflexivity and Civil society. His study focuses on the intersection of Environmental ethics and fields such as Rhetoric with connections in the field of Politics. His Anthropology research integrates issues from Uncanny valley, Cultural geography and Cultural capital.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Sociology of culture, Public sphere, Social science, Anthropology and Climatology. Philip Smith interconnects Aesthetics, Sociology of knowledge, Historical sociology, Sociology of leisure and Cultural turn in the investigation of issues within Sociology of culture. His Public sphere study combines topics in areas such as Environmental ethics, Drama and Social psychology.
His studies in Environmental ethics integrate themes in fields like Tragedy, Reflexivity, Cultural bias and Social theory. His study in Social science focuses on Community studies and Sociological imagination. His Anthropology research includes elements of Uncanny valley, Cultural capital, Cultural geography and Media studies.
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Sociology Themes and Perspectives
Robert Van Krieken;Daphne Habibis;Philip Smith;Brett Hutchins.
Researching the visual
Michael Emmison;Philip Smith;Margery Mayall.
Cultural Theory : An Introduction
Philip Smith;Alexander Riley.
The discourse of American civil society: A new proposal for cultural studies
Jeffrey C. Alexander;Philip Smith.
Theory and Society (1993)
Strong Program in Cultural Sociology
Jeffrey C. Alexander;Philip Smith.
The Russian Sociological Review (2010)
The Strong Program in Cultural Theory: Elements of a Structural Hermeneutics
Jeffrey Alexander;Philip Smith.
Punishment and Culture
Researching the visual : images, objects, contexts and interactions in social and cultural inquiry
Michael Emmison;Philip Smith.
Diversity and Commonality in National Identities: an exploratory analysis of cross-national patterns
Frank L. Jones;Philip Smith.
Journal of Sociology (2001)
Individual and Societal Bases of National Identity. A Comparative Multi‐Level Analysis
Frank L Jones;Philip Smith.
European Sociological Review (2001)
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