Franklin

Ethnomethodology; selected readings, edited by Roy Turner.

Author/Creator:
Turner, Roy. comp.
Publication:
Harmondsworth, Penguin Education, 1974.
Series:
Penguin modern sociology readings
Penguin education
Format/Description:
Book
287 p. 20 cm.
Subjects:
Sociology -- Methodology
Contents:
Garfinkel, H. The origins of the term "ethnomethodology."
Elliot, H. C. Similarities and differences between science and common sense.
Pollner, M. Sociological and common-sense models of the labelling process.
Smith, D. Theorizing as ideology.
Sharrock, W. W. On owning knowledge.
Moerman, M. Accomplishing ethnicity.
Bittner, E. The concept of organization.
Cicourel, A. V. Police practices and official records.
Garfinkel, H. Suicide, for all practical purposes.
Sudnow, D. Counting deaths.
Garfinkel, H. "Good" organizational reasons for "bad" clinic records.
Zimmerman, D. H. Fact as a practical accomplishment.
Wieder, D. L. Telling the code.
Stoddart, K. Pinched: notes on the ethnographer's location of argot.
Mackay, R. W. Conceptions of children and models of socialization.
Turner, R. Words, utterances and activities.
Sacks, H. On the analysability of stories by children.
Schegloff, E. and Sacks, H. Opening up closings.
Ryave, A. L. and S
Notes:
Includes index.
Bibliography: p. 275-278.
ISBN:
0140809627
OCLC:
948404
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