The Faultline of Consciousness
A View of Interactionism in Sociology

 

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The Faultline of Consciousness
A View of Interactionism in Sociology

by David R. Maines (Author)

 

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Third, people engage in social dialogue: communication is generic and is at the heart of both stability and change. A fourth element is that people respond to and deal with their transformations. Humans construct situations and societies; they establish social structures and cultures. These are the consequences of human action, and once formed they reflexively function to direct and channel conduct. Maines argues that when people do things together they can create enduring group formations, such as divisions of labor, rules for inheritance, wage-labor relations, or ideologies. These are instances of group characteristics that influence human conduct and indeed are not reducible to the traits of individuals making up the group or society.


 

ISBN 202306461
ISBN13 9780202306469
Publisher AldineTransaction
Format Paperback
Publication date 31/07/2001
Pages 308
Weight (grammes) 415
Published in United States
Height (mm) 229
Width (mm) 152