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But critics of neofunctionalism (similarly to Giddens’ critics, see Jones, Orlikowski and Munir, this volume) contend that its relationship with empirical research is far from clear (Abrahamson, 2001). In the paradigm’s defence, neofunctionalist Jeffrey Alexander asserts that theoretical synthesis is of value in and of itself, regardless of empirical fidelity or generativity of hypotheses for empirical research. Recap As a grand social theory, functionalism was an explicit force in sociology and an implicit thread in deterministic Marxist theory throughout the twentieth century (Marshall, 1998).

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