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Phenomenology and Sociology: Theory and Research 1989

Psathas, George

 A number of qualitative research methods have developed in or have been adapted for sociological research. Psathas here describes his studies involving ethnomethodology and phenomenology, both of which could be used to study narratives about EHEs. He writes: "I see my work as directed to the understanding, description and analysis of the life-world as experienced by those who live it. My empirical and theoretical studies continually receive nourishment and support from the evolving developments in phenomenology and from the phenomenologically inspired human sciences. I hope that the studies included here will give some idea of the possibility of realizing their potential."
Publisher Information:Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1989. 215p. Bibl: 195-209; 10 figs; Name Index: 211-212; Subject Index: 213-215
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