Alfred Shutz - Phenomenology

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  • 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)

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