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From the reconstruction and criticism of functional analysis that has been undertaken, I would suggest that certain conclusions emerge. I shall conclude by listing the more important ones. Thesis I: functional analysis is a particular method of explaining and describing social phenomena. Understood in this sense, functional analysis is the most important contribution that functionalism has made to science. Thesis II: functional analysis is a form of systemic analysis, requiring the acceptance of a systemic model of society, be it a model of a simple system, or a teleological system, or a functional system, or a teleological system composed of teleological elements.
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Jordan, Brigitte 2014 Technology and Social Interaction: Notes on the Achievement of Authoritative Knowledge in Complex Settings.Online Journal of the International Research Association for Talent Development and Excellence (IRATDE): 6:1:95-132. 2014 Notes on the State of Business Anthropology.Journal of Business Anthropology (Spring): 3:1:126-131. 2013 Dancing with Tools: How Technologies Have Shaped Society and Vice Versa.Anthropology News (March/April): 54:3-4:6-7. 2013 Introduction, Pp. 7-22 in: Advancing Ethnography in Corporate Environments: Challenges and Emerging Opportunities, Brigitte Jordan, ed. 2012 The Double Helix of Learning: Knowledge Transfer in Traditional and Techno-Centric Communities. 2009 The Decoupling of Work and Place.
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