Do the social sciences create phenomena?: the example of public opinion research

Thomas Osborne, Nikolas Rose
The British Journal of Sociology

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Public opinion is created by the procedures that are established to "discovery" it. The phenomenon of opinion is an artifact of the technical procedures that are designed to capture it. Osborne and Rose 383 cites Do the social sciences create phenomena?: the example of public opinion research on 6/1/2019, 1:43:43 PM