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|Title=The early years, 1939–1953: Garfinkel at North Carolina, Harvard and Princeton
 
|Title=The early years, 1939–1953: Garfinkel at North Carolina, Harvard and Princeton
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|Tag(s)=EMCA; Racism; Garfinkel; Morality; Theory; Social theory
 
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Rawls2013
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Key Rawls2013
Author(s) Anne Warfield Rawls
Title The early years, 1939–1953: Garfinkel at North Carolina, Harvard and Princeton
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Tag(s) EMCA, Racism, Garfinkel, Morality, Theory, Social theory
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Year 2013
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Journal Journal of Classical Sociology
Volume 13
Number 2
Pages 303–312
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DOI 10.1177/1468795X13477292
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Abstract

The years 1939–1953 were important both for the development of Garfinkel’s ideas and for the discipline of sociology more generally. But very little is known about Garfinkel’s work during this period of rapid disciplinary change – or of his close relationship then with many intellectual leaders in sociology, psychology, philosophy and economics. Filling in details of his work during this period promises to improve the understanding of his important contribution.

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