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The refusal of the paradigm of objectivity does not mean that in this kind of research, objectivity is completely absent. Objectivity is in fact pursued through an ongoing reflection concerning the various steps of the research and all actors’ behaviours and attitudes involved (including those of the co-ordinator). This is therefore a self-reflective research. Kurt Lewin analyses an example of research action based in Connecticut in which actors attempt to tackle racist behaviours. He describes the work of the observers that every day transcribe what happens in the different steps of the research in order to reach self-reflection: The method of recording the essential events of who had attended the workshop included an evaluation session at the end of every day.

Proof at all against the fundamental regularity of social life or the possibility of a social science’ (1903, p. 12). The second debate on the concept of typology begins with Carl G. Hempel and Paul Oppenheim (1936). For the latter, typology is an operation of “reduction of a property space” made of different dimensions of variables, according to which a certain phenomenon can be analysed. PFL and Allen Barton (1955) were so impressed by Hempel and Oppenheim’s contribution that they wrote a long essay in which they analyse the use of logical operations of reduction and reconstruction of a property space in sociology.

124–125): The question is not whether to place objective texts in opposition to subjective ones. There are texts that pretend to be objective because they claim to imitate what they believe to be the secret of the natural sciences; and there are those that try to be objectives because they track objects which are given the chance to object to what is said about them. According to Latour, therefore, it is essential that the “objects” of the research also become “subjects” and have “the chance to object to what is said about them”.

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