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Whose tent are we in? : The value of fundamental criticism in, of, and for sociology
This paper discusses a subject that has become increasingly delicate in recent years in sociology and related fields and subfields, including ethnomethodology and conversation analysis. The subject is criticism, particularly criticism of academic tendencies and trends that are uncomfortably close to home. A portion of Wes Sharrock's voluminous body of writings is critical of attempts to turn vernacular expressions into stable scientific concepts. Following Peter Winch, such conceptual criticismdoi:10.5281/zenodo.3459506 fatcat:nmsuiokvrvekdhm2gaiom6ud5u