Everyday life

The sociology of everyday life is a field that investigates how people’s lives are structured by their environments. John A Bargh, one of the founders and developers of this branch noted in Everyday Life Sociology: “Much of everyday life is automatic…driven by current features” such as environmental cues or routines without any conscious choice on behalf to do so. Jack Douglas defines the branches’ scope with his book Everyday Life Sociology which has set many precedents for future studies on our daily interactions.

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