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Harold Garfinkel (SAGE Masters in Modern Social Thought series)

Editat de Michael Lynch, Wes Sharrock
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Born in 1917, Harold Garfinkel is one of a handful of sociologists to have founded a major sociological research programme, and he is perhaps the only one to have done so in the 20th century. Unlike many major theorists, whose individual contributions have become part of the sociological canon, Garfinkel's contribution is identified with a distinctive empirical approach that continues to be taken up in sociology and a number of other social science fields. He coined the term ethnomethodology - to describe a unique orientation to the production of social order. This term became established to describe the approach he founded. His book Studies in Ethnomethodology (1967) was a landmark publication that articulated the ethnomethodological programme and illustrated it with a number of studies. Much of Garfinkel's contribution is embodied in a research programme, consisting of studies written by his students who took up his research agenda. The four volumes include an introduction by Lynch and Sharrock that discusses Garfinkel's intellectual biography and reviews his contribution. The 80 selections included in the set of volumes consist of basic position statements, critical discussions, methodological writings, discussions of the problem of social reality, comparisons between ethnomethodology and other perspectives, and studies exemplifying Garfinkel's influence at different phases of his long and distinguished career. The result is an unparalleled resource in understanding Garfinkel's achievement and the extraordinary wealth of his sociological ideas and methods.
The four volumes are organized in seven sections:
1.Position Statements
This section provides: a guide to the meaning of ethnomethodology; the ethnomethodological programme; the relationship between Garfinkel and classical sociology; an assessment of the significance of the ethnomethodological movement; and evaluations of the contribution of ethnomethodology.
2. Criticisms and Reactions
Garfinkel's work provides a number of challenges and opportunities for sociologists. Some have found it very liberating, others have questioned its durable contribution. Included here are criticisms and reactions from some of the leading figures in the discipline, notably Anthony Giddens, Ernest Gellner, Alvin Gouldner, John Goldthorpe, Louis Coser and J rgen Habermas.
3.Ethnomethodology and Other Perspectives
Ethnomethdology both drew on other established perspectives and revitalized them. The editors single out four perspectives here for special consideration: phenomenology; symbolic interactionism; conversation analysis; and constructionism.
4.Methods as Topics and Resources
This section explores: ordinary and scientific measurement as ethnomethodological phenomena; evidence and inference in ethnomethodology; and quantitative practice and ethnomethodology.
5.From the Problem of Reality to the Production of Reality
This section addresses: questions of objectivity and realism; the anatomy of factual accounts; the anatomy of reality; and reflexivity of actors and accounts.
6.Studies of Organizations and Institutions
One of the distinctive features of ethnomethodology is the productiveness of the approach as an instrument of research. This section conveys the wealth of ethnomethodological studies by focusing on investigations of practices in legal, medical, educational, and other organizations.
7.Studies of Work in the Professions and Sciences
The final group of studies exemplifies the influence of Garfinkel's programme in 'studies of work in the sciences and professions'. These studies focus on practices of scientific research, mathematical proving, and technological design. The studies develop upon Garfinkel's insights about the relationship between formal accounts and the 'lived-work' of producing accountable actions.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780761974598
ISBN-10: 0761974598
Pagini: 1648
Dimensiuni: 156 x 234 x 146 mm
Greutate: 0.00 kg
Ediția: Four-Volume Set
Editura: SAGE Publications
Colecția Sage Publications Ltd
Seria SAGE Masters in Modern Social Thought series

Locul publicării: London, United Kingdom

Cuprins

VOLUME I
PART ONE: POSITION STATEMENTS
Definition of Ethnomethodology - Oxford English Dictionary
Ethnomethodology - Michael Lynch
Harold Garfinkel - Anne Rawls
Garfinkel and Ethnomethodology - John Heritage
A Conversation with Harvey Sacks - Edward Rose
The Ethnomethodological Movement - Robert Dingwall
<i>Studies in Ethnomethodology</i>: Twenty Years Later - Don H. Zimmerman
The Diversity of Ethnomethodology - Douglas W. Maynard & Steven E. Clayman
On Harol Garfinkel's Ethnomethodology - Paul Filmer
Garfinkel's Recovery of Themes in Classical Sociology - Richard A. Hilbert
Ethnomethodology and the Contemporary Condition of Inquiry - Jeff Coulter
The Everyday World as a Phenomenon - Don H. Zimmerman & Melvin Pollner
Reflexivity of Actors Versus Reflexivity of Accounts - Marek Czyzewski
PART TWO: CRITICISMS AND REACTIONS
Ethnomethodology - Alvin W. Gouldner
Sociology as a Happening
Ethnomethodology - Anthony Giddens
The Problem of Understanding Meaning in the Social Sciences - Jurgen Habermas
Review of Garfinkel,<i> Studies in Ethnomethodology - James S. Coleman
A Revolution in Sociology? - John H. Goldthorpe
Critical Note: A Revolution in Sociology - Doug Benson
Two Methods in Search of a Substance - Lewis A. Coser
A Reply to Professor Coser - Don H. Zimmerman
De-Secting Ethnomethodology - Hugh Mehan & Houston Wood
Reply to My Critics - Lewis A. Coser
VOLUME II
PART TWO: CRITICISMS AND REACTIONS (continued)
Ethnomethodology Since Garfinkel - Paul Attewell
Understanding Ethnomethodology - Mark Peyrot
A Remedy for Some Common Misconceptions
Left of Ethnomethodology - Melvin Pollner
The Rise and Decline of Radical Reflexivity
PART THREE: ETHNOMETHODOLOGY AND OTHER PERSPECTIVES
Section 1: Phenomenology
On Phenomenological Society - James L. Heap and Phillip A. Roth
From Phenomenology to Ethnomethodology - John O'Neill
Some Radical "Misreadings"
Ethnomethodology as a Phenomenological Approach in the Social Sciences - George Psathas
When is Phenomenology Sociological? - D. Lawrence Wieder
The Relationship Between Ethnomethodology and Phenomenology - R.J. Anderson, J.A. Hughes & W.A. Sharrock
Section 2: Symbolic Interactionism
Symbolic Interactionism and Ethnomethodology - Norman K. Denzin
A Proposed Synthesis
Ethnomethodology and the Problem of Order - Don H. Zimmerman & D. Lawrence Wieder
Comment on Denzin
Remarks on the Conceptualization of Social Structure - Jeff Coulter
Section 3: Conversation Analysis
Sociological Description - Harvey Sacks
Structure-in-Action - Don H. Zimmerman & Deirdre Boden
An Introduction
On Conversation - Don H. Zimmerman
The Conversation Analytic Perspective
From Resource to Topic - D. Lawrence Wieder
Some Aims of Conversation Analysis
Section 4: Ethnomethodology and Constructionism
Technical Work and Critical Enquiry - Michael E. Lynch
Investigations in a Scientific Laboratory
A Disagreement over Agreement and Consensus in Constructionist Sociology - Graham Button & Wes Sharrock
Sociological and Common-Sense Models of the Labelling Process - Melvin Pollner
Ontological Gerrymandering - Steve Woolgar & Dorothy Pawluch
The Anatomy of Social Problems Explanations
PART FOUR: METHODS AS TOPICS AND RESOURCES
Interviews, Surveys and the Problem of Ecological Validity - Aaron V. Cicourel
Interactional Troubles in Face-to-Face Survey Interviews - Lucy Suchman & Brigitte Jordan
VOLUME III
PART FOUR: METHODS AS TOPICS AND RESOURCES (continued)
Ethnomethodology and Measurement - Lindsey Churchill
Method - Michael Lynch
Measurement - Ordinary and Scientific Measurement as Ethnomethodological Phenomena
Method - Douglas Benson & John A. Hughes
Evidence and Inference - Evidence and Inference for Ethnomethodology
On "Understanding" in the Analysis of Natural Conversation - Michael Moerman & Harvey Sacks
PART FIVE: FROM THE PROBLEM OF REALITY TO THE PRODUCTION OF REALITY
Objectivity and Realism in Sociology - Egon Bittner
Mundane Reasoning - Melvin Pollner
Beyond the "Limits" of Mundane Reason - David Bogen
'K is Mentally Ill' - 003 Dorothy E. Smith
The Anatomy of a Factual Account
Moral Order and the Montreal Massacre - Peter Eglin & Stephen Hester
A Story of Membership Categorization Analysis
The Praxiology of Perception - Jeff Coulter & E.D. Parsons
Visual Orientations and Practical Action
The Structure of Directions - George Psathas & Martin Kozloff
PART SIX: ETHNOMETHODOLOGICAL STUDIES OF ORGANIZATIONS AND INSTITUTIONS
The Concept of Organization - Egon Bittner
The Police on Skid-Row - Egon Bittner
A Study of Peace Keeping
Accusations - Paul Drew
The Occasioned Use of Members' Knowledge of 'Religious Geography' in Describing Events
Lawyers' Work in the Menendez Brothers' Murder Trial - Stacy Burns
On Understanding Without Words - David A. Goode
Communication Between a Deaf-Blind Child and her Parents
The Collective Character of Disputes in Aboriginal Communities - Kenneth Liberman
The Use of Precedent in Natural Conversation - Michael Moerman
A Study in Practical Legal Reasoning
VOLUME IV
PART SIX: ETHNOMETHODOLOGICAL STUDIES OF ORGANIZATIONS AND INSTITUTIONS (continued)
Some Researchable Recurrences in Disciplinary-Specific Inquiry - Ken Morrison
Ethnomethodology, Conversation Analysis, and the Study of Courtroom Interaction - Anita Pomerantz & J. Maxwell Atkinson
Can He Think? - Albert B. Robillard
Notes on Police Assessment of Moral Character - Harvey Sacks
Data - Howard Schwartz
Who Needs It? Describing Normal Environments - Examples and Methods
Normal Crimes - david Sudnow
Sociological Features of the Penal Code in a Public Defender Office
Some Formal Properties of Therapy Talk - Roy Turner
Doing the Organization's Work - D.R. Watson
An Examination of Aspects of the Operation of a Crisis Intervention Center
Telling the Code - D. Lawrence Wieder
PART SEVEN: STUDIES OF WORK IN THE PROFESSIONS AND SCIENCES
Discipline and the Material Form of Images - Michael Lynch
An Analysis of Scientific Visibility
Cultures of Proving - Eric Livingstone
Lebenswelt Structures of Galilean Physics: The Case of Galileo's Pendulum - Dusan I. Bjelic
Classroom "Floors" - Douglas Macbeth
Material Organizations as a Course of Affairs
Introduction to Hermeneutics of the Occult - Trent Eglin
Alchemy
Representing Practice in Cognitive Science - Lucy A. Suchman
Project Work - Graham Button & Wes Sharrock
The Organisation of Collaborative Design and Development in Software Engineering
Seeing in Depth - Charles Goodwin