By George Psathas
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Systems of relevance prpvide him with a basis for making such selections. Schutz analyzes three types of relevance, topical, interpretational, and motivational, which are shown to be interrelated. Topical relevance refers to making something unfamiliar problematic. " (p. 26) Topical relevances may be imposed or intrinsic: in the former, as when a change from one finite province of meaning to another forces new topical relevances; in the latter, as when voluntary attention is drawn to a topic. Interpretational relevances refer to the 37 38 PHENOMENOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY fact that topics of thought must be interpreted.
Operating with types, I am able to see things in terms of their typicality. " My motivational relevances can lead to my being interested in something and in turn to my selection of that which will become topical or problematic. In this way, Schutz explores the interdependencies of the three systems of relevance. It can be seen that my interest (motivational relevances) leads to the emergence of a new topical relevance. I may begin to look more closely at the atypical or strange event which proves to be different from what I expected.
G. Frake (1961) and Wallace and Atkins (1960) can be contrasted with Garfinkel's analysis of how jurors decide the correctness of a verdict or how suicides are classified (cf. Garfinkel, 1967). ETHNOMETHODS AND PHENOMENOLOGY 27 terms of phenomenology. There is, as yet, no explicit recognition of phenomenology in the work of ethnoscientists. Their work, furthermore, is so heavily influenced by linguistics that they "equate semantic features with cognitive distinctions" (D'Andrade, 1964). Too much of man's behavior is assigned to the cognitive mode and too little to emotions.
Phenomenology and Sociology: Theory and Research by George Psathas