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George Psathas on Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis

An interview with Emeritus Professor George Psathas from the University of Boston talking about the relationship between Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis From his webpage "George Psathas (B.A. '50 and Ph.D. '56 Yale University; M.A. '51 University of Michigan) is Emeritus Professor of Sociology at Boston University (since 1997) and Professor (since 1968) and has served as Chairman and Associate Chairman of the Department. He also has taught at Indiana University, the University of Colorado, and Washington University, St. Louis, and held visiting appointments at the University of London, the Panteios School in Athens, the International University of Japan, Doshisha University (Kyoto), and the Institute for Human Sciences (Vienna). He is past president of the Society of Retired Faculty and Staff, Boston University; co-founder of the Society for Phenomenology and the Human Sciences; co-founder of the International Institute for Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis; and founder and Editor-in-Chief of Human Studies: An International Journal for Phenomenology and the Human Sciences. He is listed in Who's Who in The World, 2006; Who's Who in America, 2005 and Who's Who in the East, 1997."
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