Ethnomethodology

Ethnomethodology is an ethnographic approach to sociological inquiry introduced by the American sociologist Harold Garfinkel (1917–2011). Ethnomethodology's research interest is the study of the everyday methods people use for the production of social order (Garfinkel:2002). Ethnomethodology's goal is to document the methods and practices through which society’s members make sense of their world.

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