Names and Naming in the Social Sciences and Humanities | Rowman & Littlefield
Names and Naming in the Social Sciences and Humanities
Names and naming are a core to human thought, activity, and interest. Given that fact, experts across almost every scientific discipline regularly find themselves contending with the issue of names and naming — either directly discussing the generation, meaning, and influence of (in)appropriate names and naming within their field; or indirectly, by arguing over contradictory names and naming practices that reflect competing theoretical frameworks and/or methodological procedures in their discipline.

Editor(s): I. M. Nick
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