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" To maintain and transmit a value system, human beings are punched, bullied, sent to jail, thrown into concentration camps, cajoled, bribed, made into heroes, encouraged to read newspapers, stood up against a wall and shot, and sometimes even taught sociology.... "
Opposition and Dissent in Contemporary China - 第 4 頁
Peter R. Moody 著 - 1977 - 342 頁
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Social Origins of Dictatorship and Democracy: Lord and Peasant in the Making ...

Barrington Moore, Lecturer on Sociology Barrington Moore - 1993 - 559 頁
...system, human beings are punched, bullied, sent to jail, thrown into concentration camps, ca!oled, bribed, made into heroes, encouraged to read newspapers,...of transmitting culture from one generation to the next. A member of the Chinese gentry in the nineteenth -Parsons, Social System, 105, makes this view...
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Politics and Rationality: Rational Choice in Application

William James Booth, Patrick James, Hudson Meadwell - 1993 - 307 頁
...changes in desires and beliefs that were brought about in this way. Harrington Moore reminds us that "to maintain and transmit a value system, human beings...of transmitting culture from one generation to the next"; or, more briefly, that "human attitudes and beliefs fail to persist unless the situations and...
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Power: Critical Concepts, 第 2 卷

John Scott - 1994 - 436 頁
...suffering. To maintain and transmit a value system, human beings are punched, bullied, sent to gaol, thrown into concentration camps, cajoled, bribed,...of transmitting culture from one generation to the next. (Barrington Moore 1967: 486) I agree, in conclusion, with Bradshaw that there is a crucial need...
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Freedom and Culture in Western Society

Hans Theodorus Blokland - 1997 - 319 頁
...suffering. To maintain and transmit a value system, human beings are punched, bullied, sent to gaol, thrown into concentration camps, cajoled, bribed,...of transmitting culture from one generation to the next. (Moore 1967: 486; quoted by Lukes 1976: 131) 8 Compare Gerald Dworkin (1983: 111): There is nothing...
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The Myth of Global Chaos

Yahya M. Sadowski - 2001 - 267 頁
...the fact that both have to be recreated anew in each generation, often with great pain and suffering. To maintain and transmit a value system, human beings...of transmitting culture from one generation to the next. 49 If constructing an ethnic hatred takes effort, then counterefforts can deconstruct (or demolish)...
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Rational Lives: Norms and Values in Politics and Society

Dennis Chong - 2000 - 292 頁
...solidarity and facilitate collective action." "To speak of cultural inertia," warned Harrington Moore, "is to overlook the concrete interests and privileges...of transmitting culture from one generation to the next." 32 The model of individual choice that I have developed and applied in this book is primarily...
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Contending Visions of the Middle East: The History and Politics of Orientalism

Zachary Lockman - 2004 - 308 頁
...the fact that both have to be recreated anew in each generation, often with great pain and suffering. To maintain and transmit a value system, human beings...of transmitting culture from one generation to the Changes in the Middle East In Latin American and East Asian studies and across the disciplines as well,...
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The Brown Decision, Jim Crow, and Southern Identity

James Charles Cobb - 2005 - 93 頁
...of social and cultural inertia, it is important to recall Harrington Moore's warning that to do so is "to overlook the concrete interests and privileges that are served by ... the entire complicated process of transmitting culture from one generation to the next." In a rigidly...
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