Students should strive to identify the main concepts and arguments presented in the assigned readings, while also considering the strengths and weaknesses of each theoristâ€™s analysis. Ideally, responses should offer thoughtful criticisms, and if possible, raise insightful questions that can be utilized for class discussions.
Phenomenology and Ethnomethodology
Peter Berger and Thomas Luckmann (pgs. 262, 277-296)
Harold Garfinkel (pgs. 292-311)