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Created: May 31, 2004
Latest Update: May 31, 2004

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Index of Topics on Site Methodology for Collaborative Work
We learned over the first four years of Dear Habermas to write collaboratively. Most of us already knew how to share quantitative data analysis cooperatively through large data banks. Now it is time to explore ways in which to create collaborative working communities with visual data collection and analysis.

Shared definitions:

  • participatory research
  • grounded theory
  • illocutionary discourse
  • knowingness
  • ideology
  • rhetoric
  • polemics
  • answerability
  • accountability
  • truth
  • knowledge: authority, scientific method, intuition, spirituality, cognitive understanding
  • dominant discourse
  • ehtnomethodology

    "'Ethnomethodology is a fairly recent sociological perspective, founded by the American sociologist Harold Garfinkel in the early 1960s. The main ideas behind it are set out in his book "Studies in Ethnomethodology" (1967). Ethnomethodology simply means the study of the ways in which people make sense of their social world." Simon Poore, Ethnomethodology, an Introduction at Hewett



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