Ethnomethodology

The study of how people make sense of what others say and do in the course of day-to-day social interaction. Ethnomethodology is concerned with the ‘ethnomethods` by means of which human beings sustain meaningful interchanges with one another.
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Ethnomethodology

Harold Garfinkel's term for the study of the way people make sense of their everyday lives
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Ethnomethodology

Systematic study of the ways in which people use social interaction to make sense of their situation and create their 'reality'. This research methodology, associated with sociology, focuses on how people understand their everyday activities
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Ethnomethodology

involves the examination of the ways in which people produce orderly social interaction on a routine, everyday basis. It provides the theoretical underpinning for conversation analysis.
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ethnomethodology

(from the article `sociology`) In Studies in Ethnomethodology (1967), Harold Garfinkel coined the term ethnomethodology to designate the methods individuals use in daily life to ...
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ethnomethodology

ethnomethodology 1. The study of everyday communication; especially, of a particular ethnic or racial group. 2. A style of sociological analysis which seeks to expose and analyze the methods by which participants in a given social situation construct their commonsense knowledge of the world.
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Ethnomethodology

Ethnomethodology is a method for understanding the social orders people use to make sense of the world through analysing their accounts and descriptions of their day-to-day experiences. It is an alternative to the American sociological approach to data analysis born in the 1960s with its theoretical and epistemological importance being that it is ...
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Ethnomethodology

A form of ethnography that studies activities of group members to see how they make sense of their surroundings
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ethnomethodology

study of everyday communication
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