Definition of ethnomethodological in English:

ethnomethodological

adjective

See ethnomethodology

  • ‘In the years following its initial introduction into sociology, ethnomethodological research split into two camps.’
  • ‘By using ethnomethodological and conversation analytic techniques, we analysed how psychiatrists and patients with psychotic illness engage with each other in routine consultations.’
  • ‘The methodology of cultural studies provides an equally uneasy marker, for cultural studies in fact has no distinct methodology, no unique statistical, ethnomethodological, or textual analysis to call its own.’
  • ‘This kind of thinking can also be seen in the work of Stewart Brand, Christopher Alexander and Kevin Lynch, as well as in the ethnomethodological work of Garfinkel and Goffman.’
  • ‘Stylistically, this is not a dry ethnomethodological study.’

Pronunciation

ethnomethodological

/ˌɛθnəʊˌmɛθədəˈlɒdʒɪk(ə)l/