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Weather Forecasting and the Remaking of The Chicago Tradition - Phaedra Daipha, Masters of Uncertainty: Weather Forecasters and the Quest for Ground Truth (Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 2015)

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  04 December 2017

Marcin Serafin*
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Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences [marcin.serafin@ifispan.waw.pl]
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1 Andrew Abbott, 2001, Time Matters: On Theory and Method (Chicago, University of Chicago Press). Andrew Abbott, 2016, Processual Sociology (Chicago, Chicago University Press). Daniel A. Menchik, 2014. “Decisions About Knowledge in Medical Practice: The Effect of Temporal Features of a Task”, American Journal of Sociology, 120 (3): 701-749.

2 Nobert Elias, 1970[2012], What Is Sociology?, Vol. 5, edited by S. Mennell (Dublin, UCD Press).

3 Andrew Abbott made this point when referencing Phaedra Daipha’s work during a 2016 speech in Frankfurt entitled “Processual Social Theory.” Video from this speech can be found on http://www.normativeorders.net/de/veranstaltungen/ringvorlesungen/38-veranstaltungen/ringvorlesungen/4522-processual-social-theory.

4 John Levi Martin, 2011. The Explanation of Social Action (New York, Oxford University Press).

5 Andrew Abbott, 2004, Methods of Discovery: Heuristics for the Social Sciences (New York, WW Norton & Company).

6 John Levi Martin, 2011. The Explanation of Social Action (New York, Oxford University Press).

7 Gary Alan Fine, 2007. Authors of the Storm: Meteorologists and the Culture of Prediction (Chicago, University of Chicago Press).

8 Jeens Beckert, 2016, Imagined Futures. Fictional Expectations and Capitalist Dynamics (Cambridge, Harvard University Press).

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