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My own personal experiment with "Ethnomethodology", the study of the way people make sense of their everyday surroundings.
My job was to find or create an experiment and break all the conventional norms and observe how people would react.
Experiment #1 took place Saturday February 15, 2003. My family and I have wanted to visit the J. Paul Getty Museum for some time now; we just have never had time to go as a family. That all changed when my aunt Linda came out here to California for vacation.
We all thought it would be nice to spend the day at the Museum, and there could not be a better place to try my ethnomethodology experiment than at a museum.
My family and I had just finished up looking at Bill Viola's art work called "The Passions" it was the main feature at the Museum. Bill Viola's art work was silent videos that open up new perspectives on the power and complexity of emotions using modern technology. Personally I did not understand it, but who understands most art.
- Ethnomethodology Experiment
- The Fate of a Nation
- This Is an Essay on how George Orwell Used Irony in His Novel 1984
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