George Psathas and His Contributions to a “Phenomenological Sociology” Movement

Human Studies 43 (3):321-336 (2020)
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Abstract

George Psathas was one of the most important “central figures” or “intellectual promoters” in a “phenomenological sociology” movement not only in the United States bur also in the world. This essay, using the term “phenomenological sociology” in a broader sense, i.e., as a sociological perspective, aims to demonstrate this by tracing his research and publication activities, educational activities, and activities for making up intellectual networks and scientific organizations in reference to various materials including a detailed curriculum vitae compiled by him in 2008 and an interview with him in 2009.

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