Privatism and Orientations Toward Political Action

@article{Turkel1980PrivatismAO,
  title={Privatism and Orientations Toward Political Action},
  author={G. Turkel},
  journal={Journal of Contemporary Ethnography},
  year={1980},
  volume={9},
  pages={217 - 235}
}
  • G. Turkel
  • Published 1980
  • Political Science
  • Journal of Contemporary Ethnography
common ideology in large part determines the extent to which their actions can be coordinated without the use of force, psychological intimidation, or other forms of coercion (Etzioni, 1968: 357-360). A common ideology allows for consensus rather than coercion as the basis for mobilization and broad commitments to the social whole.2 Recent studies suggest that such ideologies are either in decline or crisis in -advanced societies such as the United States. O’Connor (1973) has argued that the… Expand
3 Citations

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 43 REFERENCES
The Social Cohesion of Liberal Democracy
  • 308
Legitimation Crisis
  • 1,238
Public-Regardingness as a Value Premise in Voting Behavior.
  • 181
The fiscal crisis of the state
  • 2,459
Late Capitalism
  • 316
  • PDF
What Do Bosses Do?
  • 1,023
TOWARD A SOCIOLOGICAL MODEL OF CONSENSUS
  • 199
Beyond Class: The Decline of Industrial Labor and Leisure
  • 24
Is There a Quest for Identity
  • 25
  • Highly Influential
...
1
2
3
4
5
...