ethno, from the Greek ethnos for nation, is used in combination for nation, people or culture.So, by a strange convolution, one gets ethnomethodology, in sociology, which is a method of theoretical analysis of individuals constructing and maintaining the social order (culture?Individual means something that cannot be divided: a unit complete in itself.
In this sense, sociologists later than Durkheim have spoken of is the opposite approach to social atomism.
It means treating society as a whole that is more than adding up its parts, more than the construction of individuals. For Durkheim, society is originally everything, the individual nothing: (See the tend to treat society as created by individuals, rather than a reality in itself.
The definitions she used were: Impairment: "a) lacking part of or all of a limb, or b) having a defective limb, organ or mechanism of the body which stops or limits getting about, working, or self-care".
Disablement: "the loss or reduction of functional ability".
Consequently to eliminate disability it is necessary to change these social relations - that is, we, disabled people, must all participate in the changing of society.
It is obvious that this is a major task and cannot be achieved if we are confused about what we have to do.If this could be 'cured' then our social problems would be eliminated.Since, at present anyway, not all physical impairments can be 'cured', those who use the from disability.Bauman and May write "individual actors come into the view of sociological study in terms of being members or partners in a network of interdependence...how do the types of social relations and societies that we inhabit relate to how we see each other, ourselves and our knowledge, actions and their consequences? to think sociologically is to make sense of the human condition via an analysis of the manifold web of human interdependency..Utah State University has a , since the mid-19th century, relates to the mutual relationships of human beings (as individuals or classes) and is connected with the functions and structures necessary to membership of a group or society. (Definition based on a a social system consists in a plurality of individual actors interacting with each other in ..." [an environment]...