Author R. Vanderstraeten
Raf Vanderstraeten is University Professor of Sociology at Ghent University (Belgium) and Fellow at the Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies, University of Helsinki (Finland). His work is in the field of social theory, social studies of science, and the history of the social sciences.

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Vanderstraeten R. (2000) Autopoiesis and socialization: On Luhmann’s reconceptualization of communication and socialization. British Journal of Sociology 51(3): 581–598. Fulltext at
Vanderstraeten R. (2001) Observing systems: A cybernetic perspective on system/environment relations. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour 31: 297–311. Fulltext at
Vanderstraeten R. (2001) The autonomy of communication and the structure of education. Educational Studies 27(4): 381–391. Fulltext at
Vanderstraeten R. (2002) Dewey’s transactional constructivism. Journal of Philosophy of Education 36: 233–246. Fulltext at
Vanderstraeten R. (2002) Parsons, Luhmann and the theorem of double contingency. Journal of Classical Sociology 2: 77–92. Fulltext at
Vanderstraeten R. (2002) The autopoiesis of educational organizations: The impact of the organizational setting on educational interaction. Systems Research and Behavioral Science 19: 243–253. Fulltext at
Vanderstraeten R. (2003) An observation of Luhmann’s Observation of Education. European Journal of Social Theory 6(1): 133–143. Fulltext at
Vanderstraeten R. (2005) System and environment: Notes on the autopoiesis of modern society. Systems Research & Behavioral Science 22: 471–481. Fulltext at
Vanderstraeten R. (2009) The autopoiesis of decisions in school organizations: Conditions and consequences. In: Magalhães R. & Sanchez R. (eds.) Autopoiesis in organization theory and practice. Emerald, Bingley UK: 289–302. Fulltext at
Vanderstraeten R. (2010) Scientific communication: Sociology journals and publication practices. Sociology 44: 559–576.
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