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5.0 out of 5 stars Comprehensible coverage in an easy to read format!, 17 Oct 2001
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This review is from: The Philosophy of Social Science: An Introduction (Cambridge Introductions to Philosophy) (Paperback)
Hollis has written an easy to read text which covers all the fundamental aspects of social science. Beginning with a brief introduction in to the historical origins of the social sciences, he overviews behaviouralism and explains how it fits in with the current research. littered with real life and anecdotal examples, Hollis provides a light hearted atmosphere on which the elemental grasps of the social sciences are set. I would suggest this book for both introductory and intermediate understanding of the subject. It is very helpful
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