Varieties of Moral Orders and the Dual Structure of Society: A Perspective from Positioning Theory

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This paper argues that morality is what links structure to agency and that this perspective supports Giddens’ point of view that the agency–structure linkage entails not dualism but duality. These claims will be supported by bringing together four mediating concepts to address both how structures come to being and what the substance of structure is. First… (More)
DOI: 10.3389/fsoc.2017.00009

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@inproceedings{Langenhove2017VarietiesOM, title={Varieties of Moral Orders and the Dual Structure of Society: A Perspective from Positioning Theory}, author={Luk Van Langenhove}, booktitle={Front. Sociol.}, year={2017} }