Everyday observations and social sciences

Everyday observations of social interactions remain one of the the most important methods in the social sciences. For example, the ideas and conclusions of two of my favorite social scientists, Thomas Schelling and Erving Goffman, are based on their everyday observations of people’s lives. Of course, here I mean not just ordinary and commonplace observations, but also the ability to deeply analyze them. 

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