Classical Roots of Ethnomethodology
Hilbert demonstrates the historical connection between the nineteenth-century theory of Emile Durkheim and Max Weber, in which sociology had its origins, and the ethnomethodological approach articulated in the 1960s by Harold Garfinkel. The author rejects the conventional view that draws radical distinctions between the two systems and at the same time provides an intellectual genealogy of ethnomethodology.
|Author :||Hilbert, Richard A.|
|Format :||Ebook (PDF)|
|Publisher :||The University of North Caroli|
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