Social Engineering in Context: Some Observations on Turner
Sociology & Criminal Justice
The concept of "social engineering" has more negative baggage than Jonathan Turner supposes. It assumes an ability to control events that is normally lacking and which cannot be attained by following "rules of thumb." A paradigm that better links theory with practice is preferable.
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Fein, M. L. (2001). Social engineering in context: Some observations on turner. Sociological Practice 3(2), 121-125. doi:10.1023/A:1011579119016