Amplifying the "sociological aspect of literature" with the concept of social relationship
One of the critical contributions that Schutz made to sociology is his phenomenologically-based refinement of fundamental sociological concepts coined by Max Weber. Schutz's arguments about the concept of social relationship itself is reflected in his arguments about the social relationship between author and beholder in the "Construction," which in turn sheds light on his arguments about social relationship itself.
Nasu, H. (1998)., Amplifying the "sociological aspect of literature" with the concept of social relationship, in L. Embree (ed.), Alfred Schutz's "sociological aspect of literature", Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 129-148.
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