Sampling Methods for Censuses and Surveys by Frank Yates

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3, p. 128. " The situational context of the party is the major source of possible problems which Schlitz referred into the context of motivational relevance. But the situational context, which is not identical with the theme, is also responsible for the constitution of the typified social objects "Mr. L. being the host of this party" and the correlative formation of "I being a guest at the party of Mr. " Without this situational context, or independently of it, these two correlative typified social objects do not exist at all.

If context and its social objects are constituted in this process, if furthermore the context is not supposed to be describable in terms of phenomenal time, then the temporality of social interaction has to occur in some other relationship to the social context. 1'1' Gurwitsch, Field, p. 329. " Theorie du champs de la conscience (paris, Desclee De Brouwer, 1957), p. 260. 18 Gurwitsch, Field, p. 342. 19 Schlitz compared his notion of relevance with Gurwitsch' theory in Coll. , vol. 3, p. 126. 30 SOME THEORIES OF RELEVANCE Gurwitsch' theory of relevance is closely related to Husserl's distinction between intentional object and theme.

In chronological order, further references occur (all in the Coli. ) in 1943 (vol. 2, p. 84), in 1945 (vol. 1, p. 227), 1953 (vol. 1, p. 5), 1954 (vol. 1, p. 60), and in 1957 (vol. 2, p. 226). A first concise and comprehensive statement of this theory has been published only posthumously in a translation by Aron Gurwitsch: Some Structures of the Life World, Coli. , vol. 3, pp. 116-132. A further manuscript of SchUtz dealing systematically with the problem of social relevance has just been edited by Richard Zaner: Reflections on the Problem of Relevance (New Haven, Yale University Press, 1970).

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