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Conflict and Group Boundaries
Hostility and Tensions in Conflict Relationships
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A. R. Radcliffe-Brown action aggressive American sociologists antagonism antagonistic associations central Chapter cleavage coalition common concern conflict behavior conflict situation contenders discussion disruptive dissenter distinction divergent elements Elton Mayo Emile Durkheim employers enemy engaged existence expression fight flict Freud functions of conflict Georg Simmel Glencoe goal group structure Harper Bros hence heretic hostile feelings individuals Industrial Sociology intense interaction interests internal cohesion internal conflict involvement Kurt Lewin labor leads maintain Max Weber means Mensheviks ments Merton modern nonrealistic conflict norms occasions for conflict organization participants parties political realistic conflict rela relations relationship release result rigidity Robert Robert Michels Robin Williams role safety-valve institutions sect Simmel's proposition social conflict social structure social system society sociologists Sociology sociology of conflict solidarity stability Talcott Parsons tend tension Theory threat threatened tion types of conflict unification unifying unions unity V. O. Key York