Ethnomethodology meaning

ĕthnō-mĕthə-dŏlə-jē
The branch of sociology that deals with the codes and conventions of everyday social interactions and activities.
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An academic discipline that attempts to understand the social orders people use to make sense of the world through analysing their accounts and descriptions of their day-to-day experiences.
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Origin of ethnomethodology