International Workshop on Theory (Re)Construction
John Freely Hall
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CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
It has been repeatedly observed that the Empirical Social and Behavioral Sciences (ESBS) lack well-developed theoretical superstructures, structures that researchers could apply to generate (point-)predictive empirical hypotheses. The MTR project treats this lacuna as an important reason to explain, and to treat, the ongoing replicability crisis in the ESBS.
We invite submissions from any scientific field addressing this lacuna via reconstructions of empirical theories (from the ESBS or not), research on frameworks (or methods) for theory reconstruction, synchronic or diachronic work on concept formation/ontology in the ESBS, and explanatory accounts why this lacuna persists. We particularly invite applied work on how to go about constructing an ESBS theory.
Participation is on-site or online. There are no fees. Please submit an abstract (max. around 500 words) plus key references by 15 SEPT 2020.
Submit abstract https://easychair.org/my/conference?conf=trc2020
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Learn more about MTR https://mtrboun.wordpress.com/home-2/project/about/
Deadlines are at midnight, GMT+3.
Abstract submission 15 SEPT 2020
Acceptance letters sent 30 SEPT 2020
Registration for speaker 15 OCT 2020
Program ready 22 OCT 2020
Registration for discussants by 1 NOV 2020
Zeynep Burce Gumuslu
For Detailed information and important deadlines please visit: https://mtrboun.wordpress.com/2020/06/09/trc2020/
October 15, 2020, 11:00pm EET
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