ethno, from the Greek ethnos for nation, is used in combination for nation, people or culture.
So, by a strange convolution, one gets ethnomethodology, in sociology, which is a method of theoretical analysis of individuals constructing and maintaining the social order (culture?
Individual means something that cannot be divided: a unit complete in itself.
In the above quotations it refers to single human beings, which is what we usually mean when we say "an individual".
It is therefore important to make clear where some of the 'experts' go wrong, where they are confused or where they mystify the nature of the problem (disability).".
With this approach the cause of our social difficulties is seen to be in our physical condition.
We discussed the relationship of anarchy to the theories of Hobbes, Locke, Weber and Durkheim.
Bauman and May write "individual actors come into the view of sociological study in terms of being members or partners in a network of interdependence...
how do the types of social relations and societies that we inhabit relate to how we see each other, ourselves and our knowledge, actions and their consequences? to think sociologically is to make sense of the human condition via an analysis of the manifold web of human interdependency..
For a time in the 18th and 19th centuries it tended to mean the study of human physical characteristics, but has been extended to cultural and social characteristics. have expended on the study of the life and manners of the North American Indian might be even more fruitfully employed in the investigation of the customs, beliefs, social practices, and general conceptions of life prevalent ...
It is the science of humankind in the broadest sense. on the lower North Side in Chicago..." anthropo comes from the Greek anthropos for human being.