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From the Concept of Action to the Theories
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according activities actor agency agent alienation analysis analytical philosophers anomie autonomy basis beliefs bodily movements carried classification co-relating communicative action concept concrete consciousness constrained coordination course of action cultural desires dimensions division of labour dramaturgical action Durkheim economic effective everyday existence expectations explain formal freedom Giddens goal Goffman Habermas Habermas's human action human behaviour ibid ideal speech situation ideas impaired situations individual influence instance institutions instrumentally rational action integration interests interpretation labour lifeworld Marx means modern moral normatively regulated action norms and rules organised oriented participants particular pattern of behaviour performance person political pro-attitude problem production rational choice theory rationalisation realisation recognise relations of production relationship role sake significance situation of action social action social encounters socialised society sociology specific spheres structure theoretical theory traditional traditional action types of action types of social typology understanding value-rational value-rational action Weber workers