10 Essential Readings for (social) scientists according to Chris Marcum:

Festinger, L. (1954). A theory of social comparison processes. Human relations, 7(2), 117-140.

Gelman, A. (2011). Causality and statistical learning. American Journal of Sociology, 117(3), 955-966.

Platt, J. R. (1964). Strong inference. science, 146(3642), 347-353.

Hirschman, D. (2016). Stylized facts in the social sciences. Sociological Science, 3, 604-626.

Healy, K. (2017). Fuck nuance. Sociological Theory, 35(2), 118-127.

Ostrom, E. (1997). A Behavioral Approach to the Rational Choice Theory of Collective Action. The American Political Science Review, 92(1), 1-22.

Thomas, J. E., & Kukulan, A. (2004). “Why Don't I Know About These Women?”: The Integration of Early Women Sociologists in Classical Theory Courses. Teaching Sociology, 32(3), 252-263.

Mayhew, B. H. (1980). Structuralism versus individualism: Part 1, shadowboxing in the dark. Social Forces, 59(2), 335-375.

Blau, P. M. (1977). A macrosociological theory of social structure. American journal of sociology, 83(1), 26-54.

Harding, S. G. (1977). Does Objectivity in Social Science Require Value-Neutrality?. Soundings, 351-366.

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