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An introduction to social constructionism

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Title:

An introduction to social constructionism

Authors:

Alexandra GALBIN

Abstract:

The social constructionism perspective says that we never know what universal true or false is, what is good or bad, right or wrong; we know only stories about true, false, good, bad, right or wrong. The social constructionism abandons the idea of constructivist that individual’s mind represents a mirror of reality. The constructionism is focused on relations and sustains the individual’s role in social construction of realities. „Maps for the same territory” seems to be the essence of constructivist. The social constructionism is not interested to create maps; it surprises the processes that maps form. Our maps are formed from our experience and how we perceive them. All our maps are differing maps of the same world. Each of us creates our own worlds from our perceptions of the actual world. The social constructionism sees the language, the communication and the speech as having the central role of the interactive process through which we understand the world and ourselves.

Keywords:

social reality, constructionism, constructivist, epistemology

Pages:

82-92

Language:

English

How to cite:

Galbin, A. (2014). An introduction to social constructionism. Social Research Reports, 26, 82-92.

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