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The implication of ethnomethodological analysis of practical actions

 

It discusses the nature of ethnomethodological studies, espceially in terms of the concept of 'tutorial' that Harold Garfinkel uses to describe the nature of ethnomethodolocial studies and the process of producing them. With the discussion, then the paper attempts to clarify why it is ever possible to keep the policy of 'leaving things as they are', as Wittgenstein argues, at the same time having various involvements with the people in the field the researchers study, ranging from designing systems to organizational change. (in Japanese)

 
citation

Ikeya, N. The implication of ethnomethodological analysis of practical actions. In Ethnomethodology: Learning from Practioners’ Practices (Wordmap Series). Tokyo: Shinyosha Press; 2007. (In Japanese)