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Sloppy Data Floods or Precise Social Science Methodologies? Dilemmas in the Transition to Data-Intensive Research in Sociology and Economics

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This chapter contains sections titled: New forms of data collection and analysis in sociology, What are the implications for the field?, Neuroimaging data in economics, What are the implications for the field?, Conclusion: Data challenges to social theory?, Notes, References