Norms: An Integrated Framework

  title={Norms: An Integrated Framework},
  author={Christine Horne and Stefanie Mollborn},
  journal={Review of Sociology},
Norms are a foundational concept in sociology. Following a period of skepticism about norms as overly deterministic and as paying too little attention to social conflict, inequalities, and agency, ... 
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