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Trust: Human Nature and the Reconstitution of Social Order - Page vi
by Francis Fukuyama - 1996 - 480 pages
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Capitalism and Modern Social Theory: An Analysis of the Writings of Marx ...

Anthony Giddens - History - 1971 - 261 pages
...disintegrates. A nation can be maintained only if, between the State and the individual, there is intercalated a whole series of secondary groups near enough to...this way, into the general torrent of social life. We have just shown how occupational groups are suited to fill this role, and that is their destiny.31...
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Voluntary Associations; Perspectives on the Literature

Constance E. Smith - Business & Economics - 1972 - 250 pages
...that: "A nation can be maintained only if, between the state and the individual, there is intercalated a whole series of secondary groups near enough to...this way, into the general torrent of social life" (Rose, p. 115). The German theory of voluntary association tended to develop in a different direction...
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Principles of Scientific Sociology

Walter L. Wallace - Social Science - 545 pages
...that "A nation can be maintained only if, between the state and the individual, there is intercalated a whole series of secondary groups near enough to...sphere of action and drag them, in this way, into the torrent of social life" (1933:28);' and Granovetter's claim that "weak ties"2 between components of...
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The Social and Political Thought of Ziya Gökalp: 1876-1924

Taha Parla - Nationalism - 1985 - 157 pages
...disintegrates. A nation can be maintained only if, between the State and the individual, there is intercalated a whole series of secondary groups near enough to...this way, into the general torrent of social life. We have just shown how occupational groups are suited to fill this role, and that is their destiny."...
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Neighbours: The Work of Philip Abrams

Philip Abrams, Martin Bulmer - Social Science - 1986 - 282 pages
...disintegrates. A nation can be maintained only if, between the state and the individual, there is intercalated a whole series of secondary groups near enough to...this way, into the general torrent of social life. (Durkheim 1933:29, 28) The consequences of organic solidarity were analysed by a number of sociologists,...
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Lebanon's Predicament

Samir Khalaf - History - 1987 - 328 pages
...state and the individual, there is intercolated a whole series of secondary groups near enough to die individuals to attract them strongly in their sphere of action and drag them, in this way, into die torrent of social life" (Durkheim 1964:28). The critical question, then, is what sort of groups...
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Durkheimian Sociology: Cultural Studies

Jeffrey C. Alexander - Social Science - 1990 - 227 pages
The best-known classic works of Emile Durkheim are characterized by a structural approach to the understanding of society, and it is this element of his writings that has been ...
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Pleasure, Profit, Proselytism: British Culture and Sport at Home and Abroad ...

J. A. Mangan - Social Science - 1988 - 284 pages
...('anomie'). This could lead to social disintegration, and in extreme cases to suicide, if there were not 'a whole series of secondary groups near enough to...them, in this way, into the general torrent of social life'.4 Durkheim himself considered occupational associations, latter-day guilds where men would work...
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The Road from Paradise: Prospects for Democracy in Eastern Europe

Stjepan Gabriel Me_trovi_ - Social Science - 1993 - 204 pages
...wrote, "A nation can be maintained only if, between the State and the individual, there is intercalated a whole series of secondary groups near enough to...this way, into the general torrent of social life" ([1893] 1933:28). The secondary groups not only make nations possible, but they counterbalance the...
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Rights Talk: The Impoverishment of Political Discourse

Mary Ann Glendon - Political Science - 2008 - 236 pages
...disintegrates. A nation can be maintained only if, between the State and the individual, there is intercalated a whole series of secondary groups near enough to...them, in this way, into the general torrent of social life.16 It was only much later — with the rise of the powerful states and business corporations of...
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