Phenomenology (sociology)

Phenomenology within sociology, or phenomenological sociology, examines the concept of social reality (German: Lebenswelt or "Lifeworld") as a product of intersubjectivity. Phenomenology analyses social reality to explain the formation and nature of social institutions.[1] The application of phenomenological ideas in sociology is distinct from other social science applications of social science applications.

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