Alfred Shutz - Phenomenology

HideShow resource information
  • Created by: Harry
  • Created on: 21-03-14 07:43
I I O K Y L W G E K R L W C B O L C E
M P T Y P I F I C A T I O N S V S P T
C G S H U T Z U O G W E Y D J E N M Y
V M X S X U S J X Q J K G M T T S E L
X J Y R B B G C D E O T O F W X O N D
N C J E P Q V V C T V L L Y R A C I T
E Q H Q B B X R F P V Q O G H G I P I
R V H E H A S G G H J L N T U U A E F
T T N Y J D E U V O E Y E F S F L H E
X P O Q N F L M T N R O M Y S M A M G
A D O N F T V V J M O H O B E U C M X
E L N M H M D J U B S V N O R N T J I
K O L D G O F A Y N Y W E O L W I F W
T Q D N H X B D E M T J H H K E O K K
U W I L F I E C I Y L V P L C U N U M
J W T W X K O O Q V G V M M A Y J Y T
B G Y D Q E P G Y G O H D V E H J O F
C A N W W O A R P D B R G B V H Q F A
H D T V H T M E J B K U S S T E I B F

Clues

  • Believed that phenomenologists should look at the ways people categorise their external world by distinguishing phenomena – by looking at how people categorise phenomena (7)
  • Concepts attached to classes of things that are experienced (13)
  • He believed that the process of classifying and attaching meaning to the social world is not an individual process (5)
  • Looks at the internal workings of the human mind and how people classify and make sense of the world around them - want to understand the phenomena of things (13)
  • Which perspective does this come under? (6, 6)

Comments

No comments have yet been made

Similar Sociology resources:

See all Sociology resources »See all Crime and deviance resources »