1. Think of examples to study Garfinkels breaching experiments. Considering that the point of breaching experiments is to modify the objective structure of the familiar, known-in-common environment by rendering the background expectancies inoperative.
2. Do you agree with Berger and Luckmanns argument that we are instinctually deprived and furthermore that hybitualization or the process that limits action actually leads to more constructive action?
3.Discuss how you would conduct a breaching experiments. Would there be any ethical issues to consider? How could the information obtained be fruitful in the field of sociology?
. You will create a word document answering each question with 75 or more words