Professor Henderikus Stam discusses his paper on social constructionism and its critics. Social constructionism takes the perspective that reality is constructed by and through the artifacts and codes of human interaction. Early critics blasted it for perceived radical relativism, but the theory has now come to be fairly well established.
Social Constructionism and its Critics
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