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Ethnomethodology

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Nicholas Margelis

on 17 February 2014

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Transcript of Ethnomethodology

mutual
understanding
possibility
no meeting halfway
Learning Japanese
Nicholas Margelis
Western Michigan University

When I speak in Japanese with Japanese people, they always respond in English
It is as if they want a free lesson in English
Their required politeness requires
them to accommodate me
They think my Japanese is so poor they couldn't possibly reply back in return
Americans demand that all people speak English
In reality, Japanese people are just trying to appease me
expecting free lessons
assuming poor Japanese
appeasing polite culture
opportunity knocks
primary
school
English
sensitivity
race thing
Hypotheses
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