Ethnomethodology's Culture

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MEYER, Christian, 2019. Ethnomethodology's Culture. In: Human Studies. 42(2), pp. 281-303. ISSN 0163-8548. eISSN 1572-851X. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s10746-019-09515-5

@article{Meyer2019-09Ethno-47165, title={Ethnomethodology's Culture}, year={2019}, doi={10.1007/s10746-019-09515-5}, number={2}, volume={42}, issn={0163-8548}, journal={Human Studies}, pages={281--303}, author={Meyer, Christian} }

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