Ethnomethodology is today deeply integrated in countless qualitative studies: how social categories are accomplished and accounted for; how people ‘do’ gender, class, ethnicity; and so on. But how can ethnomethodology be used more radically, and how should it be incorporated methodologically? This session invites papers on concrete empirical studies and related issues that consider the issue of ethnomethodological thinking in qualitative research.
Session organizer: Pirjo Nikander, Institute for Advanced Social Research, University of Tampere, Finland.
The session is scheduled as number 11.