• Social Construction
    The social construction framework was proposed by Schneider and Ingram in 1993 and sought to explain the allocation of burdens and benefits to different groups of people in society based on their power and social construction, that is “the cultural characterizations or popular images of the persons...
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  • Social Construction
    Everyone's life is affected by social construction. This is the belief that social standard is determined by society, and it is formed by the individuals that belong to the society. Just Like when an individual thinks of a doctor, lawyer, priest, engineer, or manager, they usually picture males...
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  • W. Bijker About Scot
    in Southern California. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA Sternberg R 1996 Regional growth theories and high-tech regions. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 20(3): 518–38 I. Eng Technology, Social Construction of SCOT is one approach among several...
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  • Social Construction
    A social construction or social construct is any institutionalized entity or artifact in a social system "invented" or "constructed" by participants in a particular culture or society that exists because people agree to behave as if it exists or follow certain conventional rules. One example of a...
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  • Social Construction
    instance, If you believe social constructions aren't real, then please take out all the bills in your wallet and pass them up to me. Money is an example of a social construction that plays an extremely important role in our everyday lives. All those paper bills and coins are "just" paper and metal, and all...
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  • Social Construction
    Nancy J. Hirschmann on the Social construction of women’s Freedom mariLyN FriedmaN Nancy J. Hirschmann presents a feminist, social constructionist account of women’s freedom. Friedman’s discussion of Hirschmann’s account deals with (1) some conceptual problems facing a thoroughgoing social...
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  • Csr in Construction Industry
    CSR in Construction Industry CONTENT 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Corporate Social Responsibility: a Brief History 1.2 Definition of CSR 2.0 DISCUSSION AND INTEGRATION 2.1 CSR Practices and Sustainable Development in Construction Industry 2.1.1 Social 2.1.2 Economy 2.1.3 Environment 2.2 Push and Pull...
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  • ‘Examine the View That Childhood Is a Social Construction’ (24 Marks)
    ‘Examine the view that childhood is a social construction’ (24 marks) Some sociologists see childhood as socially constructed: in other words, as something created and defined by society. They argue that what people mean by childhood, and the status of children in society, is not fixed but...
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  • How Does Construction Products Add Value to the Country's Economy
    3 The Singapore construction industry is perpetually producing products regardless of the country’s economy. On-going productions of construction goods are necessary to meet social and economic demands from the private and public sectors. 3.1 Social and Political desirability The...
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  • SWOT/PESTLE ANALYSIS
    clients, developers and contractors working together to keep social and economic sustainability high on the built environment agenda • Sharing best practice to improve the industry’s green credentials, competitiveness and ability to win more business (CITB Sustainable construction...
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  • “Social Construction of Reality”
    Social Construction of Reality” Reality is not an objective thing that is imposed upon us, but is created by us. Reality does not exist externally but internally, as each individual or group interprets it, and is always changing. Due to these concepts sociologists often speak about the “social...
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  • The Competitive Strategy for the International Construction Industry: Sustainable Business
    0.0 The Competitive Strategy for the International Construction Industry: Sustainable Business 0.1 Evaluating the role of sustainability in the international operations of Turkish ‘ENKA Construction & Industry Co. Inc.’ (ENKA) upon its economic, social and environmental activities. 0.2 For: CEM...
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  • Student
    route. Unquestionably, an unexpected large amount of expense for both of the road construction and people relocation will be incurred. No matter which transportation option the CMA chooses during the construction stage, the company will face both environmental and social challenges. First...
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  • Independent Study
    situation of Chinese construction workers has become a popular topic in the world, and even attracted lots of media attention. Chinese construction workers face a lot of problems, such as the arrears of wage, unsafe and unhealthy working condition and low social security. The formation of such an employee...
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  • Social Construction
    An investigation on social construction. INTRODUCTION The purpose of this work is to describe, analyse and understand what an anthropological understanding of social construction is and how it works. In order to do this, I’ll start by giving a general explanation of what a social construct is...
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  • Crisis Managemnet
    complex patterns of communication and behaviour which emerge in response to construction crises. The conclusion is that construction crisis management is about the effective control of social and behavioural instability and the con¯ ict which arises out of it. However, effective crisis management is...
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  • Social Construction
    Social  Construction  of  Self:  Observational  Essay     Social constructionists believe that a great deal, if not all, of our lived experience and the world we inhabit is socially constructed (Hacking, 1999). Social constructionism is a postmodern theory suggesting that there...
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  • The Basic Research on Contemporary China
    basic thoughts of contemporary china administrative culture construction, which mean a lot to achieve the 18th National Party Congress political reform target and build the socialism construction. 1. Administrative culture plays positive role in social development and stability 1.1 Create the...
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  • Challenges in the Caribbean
    freed (Hernandez-Ramdwar, Lecture, Oct. 10 2005). As many historical events took place in the Caribbean, the social construction of the Caribbean lifestyle was altered. These social constructions involve the concept of a patriarchal society because they were challenged by structural functionalists...
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  • Gender
    number of gender statuses their society recognizes." (Lorber, Night To His Day: The Social Construction of Gender, For Individuals, Gender Means Sameness, Page 463) "…a defining feature of reality construction is to see our world as being the only possible one." (Kessler & McKenna, Gender: An...
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