publication . Article . 2013

Rethinking the factuality of ‘contextual’ factors in an ethnomethodological mode: towards a reflexive understanding of action-context dynamism in the theorization of coaching

Paul K. Miller; Colum Cronin;
Open Access English
  • Published: 08 Jun 2013
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)
  • Country: Bolivia
Abstract
In this paper, an argument is made for the revisitation of Harold Garfinkel's classic body of ethnomethodological research in order to further develop and refine models of the action-context relationship in coaching science. It is observed that, like some contemporary phenomenological and post-structural approaches to coaching, an ethnomethodological perspective stands in opposition to dominant understandings of contexts as semi-static causal ‘variables’ in coaching activity. It is further observed, however, that unlike such approaches – which are often focused upon the capture of authentic individual experience – ethnomethodology operates in the intersubjective...
Subjects
free text keywords: Z411, Z413, Z417, Z481, Z807, Social psychology, Conceptualization, Dynamism, Epistemology, Phenomenology (philosophy), Ethnomethodology, Indexicality, Coaching, business.industry, business, Reflexivity, Scholarship, Psychology
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