Harold and Agnes: A Feminist Narrative Undoing

@article{Denzin1990HaroldAA,
  title={Harold and Agnes: A Feminist Narrative Undoing},
  author={N. Denzin},
  journal={Sociological Theory},
  year={1990},
  volume={8},
  pages={198}
}
  • N. Denzin
  • Published 1990
  • Philosophy
  • Sociological Theory
Harold Garfinkel's story of Agnes (1967a, pp. 116-85, 285-88) has been accorded the status of a double sociological "classic." It gives a pure ethnomethodological account of the social production of gender (Kessler and McKenna 1978, pp. 112-15; Lester 1984; P. Atkinson 1988, p. 459; Plummer 1983, p. 88). It also is taken to be an exemplar of the ethnomethodological method, which shows how people produce stable, accountable practical activities in everyday life (Atkinson 1988, p. 459; Garfinkel… Expand
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