By Richard A. Hilbert
Hilbert demonstrates the old connection among the nineteenth-century concept of Emile Durkheim and Max Weber, within which sociology had its origins, and the ethnomethodological technique articulated within the Nineteen Sixties through Harold Garfinkel. the writer rejects the normal view that attracts radical differences among the 2 platforms and even as presents an highbrow family tree of ethnomethodology.
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