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  Karlsaune - Luckmann
Thomas Luckmann fra det overveiende katolske Slovenia derimot var og er katolikk, og var og er uten særinteresser i teologi.
Det er i egenskap av å være genuint empirisk som vitenskapsmann, noe som impliserer den største respekt for egenarten hos det fenomen som studeres, at Thomas Luckmann er "hensynsløs" overfor teologene.
Vi tar ikke opp den siden av saken at Thomas Luckmann, som klassikerne, nok vil mene at det er nettopp i analysen av religionen at sosiologen kan komme på sporet av det som er det moderne samfunnets karakteristiske trekk.
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Berger ja Luckmann määrittelevät tiedonsosiologian tutkimuskoh teeksi kaiken, "mikä käy tiedosta yhteiskunnassa riippumatta tämän tiedon perimmäisestä paikkaan sa pitävyydestä".
Esimerkkinä Berger ja Luckmann käyttävät sotalaitosta, joka on vakiinnuttanut homoseksuaalisuuden viralliseksi käytännökseen (kansatieteellisestä näkökulmasta ei niinkään kaukaa haettu esimerkki).
Berger ja Luckmann eivät pysty käsitteellistämään yhteis kunnallisisa rakenteita ja todellisuutta muuttavaa tietoista toimijaa ja toimintaa.
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 ✓ Thomas_Luckmann - Depressions-Web.de - DepressionsWeb
Luckmanns bekannteste Werke sind Die gesellschaftliche Kontruktion der Wirklichkeit (1966, zusammen mit Peter L. Berger) und Strukturen der Lebenswelt (1982, zusammen mit Alfred Schütz).
In seinen Forschungen beschäftigte Luckmann sich mit Wissenssoziologie, Religionssoziologie, Kommunikationssoziologie sowie Wissensphilosophie.
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 Kommunikasjon av moral – med fokus på den militære kulturen
Thomas Luckmann er for lengst et verdensnavn i sosiologi.
Dette medførte at Thomas Luckmann som tenåring måtte innordne seg den tyske okkupasjonsmakten, og ble rekruttert til det tyske luftforsvaret.
Senere var Thomas Luckmann krigsfange i en amerikansk leir i 3 måneder (1945), men på forunderlig måte klarte han å forkorte interneringen, og endte opp i Wien, den byen som senere skulle bli viktig i hans akademiske karriere.
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 Most students of social science, in Norway as elsewhere, especially in the advanced courses, have The Social ...
I might add, it is no secret, that our fortunate position of being a chosen place by Thomas Luckmann, has much to do with the fact that Trollheimen is so close with its rivers suitable for fly-fishing.
Thomas Luckmann not only knew Alfred Schutz personally, when Schutz prematurely died in 1959, Luckmann got his position at the New School, a most obvious choice according to the sources.
Thus, it is no wonder that Thomas Luckmann also became the one to work out and publish the great project Schutz partly ahd  outlined and done some fragments to when he died – The Structures of the Life-World.
www.hf.ntnu.no /rel/person/erik/Schutzintro.htm   (654 words)

 Theology Today - Vol 24, No. 3 - October 1967 - ARTICLE - Two Currents In the Sociology Of Religion
It is very likely that the issues which separate Luckmann, and perhaps Peter Berger as well, from the majority of the American sociologists of religion go far beyond the problems and issues of sociology and merge into the arenas of philosophy, theology, psychology, and the sociology of knowledge.
The heart of Luckmann's interest may be discovered when he expresses the opinion that all institutional forms of religion are declining and then indicates that there is a strong possibility "that a new religion is in the making" (p.
Luckmann introduced this book with the intention of seeking a redefinition for the nature of individual existence and the relationship between the individual and society.
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 Galerie K.I.S.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Met op de achtergrond muzikale vernieuwingen en een wisseling van paradigma’s in het begin van de jaren 80, was het in eerste instantie de klank van staal, die Thomas Luckmann er toe bracht met dit materiaal te gaan werken.
Thomas Luckmann besloot geen energie en geld aan exclusieve materialen te verspillen en bruikbare, betaalbare produkten te ontwerpen.
Thomas Luckmann heeft in de loop der jaren diverse opdrachten uitgevoerd waaronder winkelinterieurs en standbouw, maar ook concept en realisatie van gastronomische ruimtes, een gebied waarop hij in Duitsland al naam gemaakt heeft.
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 FQS 3(4) Schnettler: Social Constructivism, Hermeneutics, and the Sociology of Knowledge
In the first, LUCKMANN, departing from his foundational text of social constructivism written with BERGER (1969), shows "how phenomenological constitution-analysis and the sociological reconstruction of human constructions of reality complement one another" (p.21).
Following the argumentation of HUSSERL's Krisis (1962), LUCKMANN sketches the "cosmological fiasco of sociology" and emphasizes that it is "not a satisfactory response to qualify cosmological questions as irrational and surrender them to an individual left with his subjectivity and to transform science into a cognitive technology company with very limited liability" (pp.309f.).
LUCKMANN explains why alienation from the sources of human consciousness is particularly fatal for social science.
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 Early Electricity Industry, 1878-1915   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
But unlike Berger and Luckmann, we do not assume people necessarily seek order or psychological simplicity, especially since, as Schumpeter has noted, disorder and destruction can be the lifeblood of existence and the strategic goal of economic actors (1942: 81-87).
In 1880, Thomas Edison had only begun to develop the incandescent electric light, and most homes and factories were lit by natural gas.
Central station electric systems were a major commitment for Thomas Edison, who mobilized his personal financial and patent-based resources and those of his subordinate co-workers and their families to create and manage the Edison (later General Electric) electrical equipment manufacturing firms (McGuire, Granovetter, and Schwartz 1993).
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 Peter L. Berger
The sociology of knowledge a la Berger and Luckmann is not about the history of ideas, the economic origin of ideologies, the social process of education, the study of intellectuals, religious Gnostics, or secret societies, or social theories per se.
Berger and Luckmann base their work on a set of fundamental propositions: (1) Man's consciousness is determined by his social being or by his "seat in life." (2) Knowledge must always be from a certain position or social location.
Only with Berger and Luckmann's approach the blind men may find that the elephant is hollow or man-made as in the fictional character of the wizard in the children's story of the Wizard of Oz.
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 Thomas Luckmann
Thomas Luckmann, nato nel 1927 a Jesenice, in Slovenia, è cittadino americano, docente universitario alla Universität Konstanz in Germania, cattedra di sociologia.
Le aree di ricerca di Luckmann includono la sociologia della conoscenza, la sociologia della religione, la sociologia della comunicazione e la filosofia della scienza.
Come rileva Luckmann "la mentalità da consumatore non è limitata ai soli prodotti economici, ma caratterizza il rapporto dell’individuo con l’intera cultura la quale, esattamente come i vari mercati del consumatore, si configura come un eterogeneo assortimento di possibilità accessibili".
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 Society&Animal Forum - Society & Animals Journal
From this key premise Berger and Luckmann argued that what is taken as fact in societies is relative; social facts are dependent upon the societies in which they are created.
While they were not immune to philosophical concerns, Berger and Luckmann appear to have recognized that, as sociologists, ontology and epistemology were not central to their interests.
Berger and Luckmann encourage researchers to consider historical context and to appreciate both interactional and macro-level forces as they examine the emergence and maintenance of meaning.
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 Luckmann   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Luckmann is a neo-Durkheimian, that is, he too believes that modern societies maximize our sense of individuality.
Luckmann believes that these four things are culturally dominant in modern industrial cultures:
Luckmann speaks of the individual as "the artist of lifestyle."
www.csulb.edu /~plowentr/Luckmann.html   (196 words)

 Thomas Luckmann. Philo of Alexandria. Fra Veien til vitenskap - Gullvekta
Den amerikanske statsborgaren Thomas Luckmann er professor i sosiologi ved universitetet i Konstanz.
"Thomas Luckmann er en fremragende forsker som er blitt internasjonalt kjent gjennom både sine publikasjoner, sine prosjekter og sin rolle som respondent på konferanser og i seminarer.
Copyright 1999: Thomas Luckmann, Jafar Jafarnejad (granted Luckmann's permission to make use of article data) and T.
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 Are You suprised ?
James A. Coriden, Thomas J. Green, and Donald Heintschel.
McAvoy, Thomas T. A History of the Catholic Church in the United States.
Thomas, W.I. “The Relation of Research to the Social Process.” W.I. Thomas on Social Organization and Social Personality.
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 Second Announcement of Signs as Communication and Dialogue
The lecturers invited are leading international and Nordic semioticians: Francis Edeline, Thomas Luckmann, Ivana Markov‡, Richard J. Parmentier, Kjell Lars Berge, Klaus Bruhn Jensen, Göran Sonesson and Eero Tarasti.
Thomas Luckmann (Konstanz University): "Presuppositions in the Analysis of Dilaogue";
Thomas Luckmann (Konstanz University): "Communicative Genres in Everyday Social Life"
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 Marx, Religion, and Sociology of Religion
Conceptually, Luckmann points out the main assumption of the discipline has been and still is the erroneous identification of religion and church.
Luckmann is not making his criticisms from a Marxist perspective.
Luckmann is saying the soclology of religion has a bias in favor of a religious perspective on life.
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 COGNITIVE SOCIOLOGY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Peter L. Berger and Thomas Luckmann, The Social Construction of Reality: A Treatise in the Sociology of Knowledge (Garden City: Doubleday Anchor, 1967 [1966]), pp.
Alfred Schutz and Thomas Luckmann, The Structures of the Life-World (Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 1973), pp.
Schutz and Luckmann, The Structures of the Life-World, pp.
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 Daniel Diemers: Intepretative Spaces
Alfred Schütz and Thomas Luckmann distinguish between a world within actual reach and a world within potential reach.
To put it more simply, we can say that spontaneous modes of organization evolve, whenever one person alone is not able to solve a specific problem, and that such social forms of cooperation – assuming that they have proven to be adequate ‚problem-solvers‘ – can become institutionalized through repeated social practice.
Berger and Luckmann identify the process of increased institutionalization and highly differentiated and specialized organizations as a main feature of modern societies (Berger/Luckmann 1966).
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 Food for Thought: The Bread of Life Discourse (John 6:25-71) in Johannine Legitimation
This is due largely to a realization that theological reflection never takes place in isolation from a particular context, and thus that a greater understanding of the context which produced a given document will illuminate our understanding of that text, and of why the author felt compelled to address specific issues.
Of particular interest in the study of John is the work of Peter Berger and Thomas Luckmann, whose work in the field of the sociology of knowledge has been fruitfully applied to the study of Luke-Acts by Philip Esler.
Berger and Luckmann suggest that a given socio-religious body, in order to maintain its worldview against objections from within or without, must engage in what they call 'legitimation' or world-view maintenance.
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 wikien.info: Main_Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The first book with "social construction" in its title was Peter L. Berger and Thomas Luckmann's The Social Construction of Reality, first published in 1966.
They have described how the invisible but mighty borders and sets of rules of society are created, changed, institutionalized and transmitted to the next generation.
In the introduction, Berger and Luckmann clarify that they are not investigating "reality" in any deep philosophical sense, only what the common man takes as real on a day-to-day basis.
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 Day 1: 3 Big Concepts
Thomas theorem (also known as the “definition of the situation”:
“if men define situations as real, they are real in their consequences” (Thomas and Thomas, 1928:572).
  The concept of the social construction of reality refers to sociologists Berger and Luckmann’s answer to the question of how “social order,” some degree of which is necessary to a society to endure, arises.
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 CESNUR 2001 - Countercultists on Internet (Cowan)
In the Internet, the "consistent and continual conversation" that Berger and Luckmann (1966:172-9) hold to be so important to the ongoing maintenance of plausibility structures exists on a scale unimagined even a scant decade ago.
Berger 1967; Berger and Luckmann 1966; Blumer 1969; Denzin 1992; Prus 1996)-that is, meaning is never inherent in a situation, it is always constructed in the dialectic of ongoing conversation.
Berger and Luckmann 1966) of the negative NRM experience, the exit process, and the successful conversion to Christianity.
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 The Social Construction of Reality A Treatise in the Sociology of Knowledge by Peter L. Berger, Thomas Luckmann
Many college students and columnists act like "social construction" is a flaky or absurd contention, but once you read this book and understand what Berger and Luckmann are arguing, you will not be able to disagree with their major points.
Berger and Luckmann present a beautifully concise description of how face-to-face communication with one's peers and community (or in B&G's terms, one's "plausibility structure") provides specific meaningful content to sense-percieved reality.
The book proceeds in stages of complexity, beginning with the perception of self, and then a community of two, then three (where occurs for instance the institution of "parenthood", perceived to exist independently from the existence of parents) and so forth.
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 Archaeology and Its Public: A Voegelinian Perspective   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
By including the dead in the circle of discourse, we enrich the quality of the conversation (Pelikan 1984:81).
In that culture is symbolically based and communicated, history and tradition are the origin and basis of the symbolic universes, or the "bodies of theoretical tradition that integrate different provinces of meaning and encompass the institutional order in a symbolic totality" (Berger and Luckmann 1967:95; cf.
It is because of this dimension of meaning that we can no longer see societies as simply aggregates of objective things, an insight that is supported by emic approaches in anthropology.
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Berger Peter L. and Thomas Luckmann (1966) The Social Constraction of Reality Doubleday and...
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The seminar aims at doctoral students, master students and established researchers with ongoing projects using in one way or another the approach entailing from the research program for studying human communication established in the Schutz tradition.
Professor Thomas Luckmann, one of the main representatives of this approach in the world today, will be the main respondent to the projects presented.
In this seminar at Rotvoll, video material of communication with deafblind persons will be shown and analysed by the participants under the guidance of professor Luckmann.
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 Religion and Politics
This volume brings together essays by such eminent scholars like Shmuel N. Eisenstadt, Mary Douglas, Thomas Luckmann, Reinhart Koselleck, and Jan Assmann on the topic of politics and religion.
The relationship between religious and cultural visions on the one hand and socio-political structures on the other becomes elaborated from a wide historical and culturalist perspective.
Thomas Luckmann, Religion and Morality in Modern Europe Compared to the Religious Situation in the United States of America
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