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" ... institutions. It is the nature which is developed and expressed in those simple, \ face-to-face groups that are somewhat alike in all societies; groups of the family, ' the playground, and the neighborhood. In the essential similarity of these is... "
African American Culture and Heritage in Higher Education Research and Practice - ˹ 198
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Social Organization; a Study of the Larger Mind

Charles Horton Cooley - 1909 - 436 ˹
...face-to-face groups that are somewhat alike in all societies; groups of the family, the playground, and~lEe neighborhood. In the essential similarity of these...everywhere, human nature comes into existence. \Man does noiThave it at^irth; he cannot acquire it except through fellowship, and it decays in isolation/) If...

The Social Task of Christianity: A Summons to the New Crusade

Samuel Zane Batten - 1911 - 234 ˹
...are somewhat alike in all societies ; groups of the family, the playground and the neighbourhood. ... In these everywhere, human nature comes into existence. Man does not have it at birth ; he cannot have it except through fellowship and it decays in isolation." ' Can the plant grow without air and...

Social Aspects of Education: A Book of Sources and Original Discussions with ...

Irving King - 1912 - 425 ˹
...developed and expressed in those simple, face-to-face groups that are somewhat alike in all societies ; groups of the family, the playground and the neighborhood....these, everywhere, human nature comes into existence. iMan"3oes not" have it at birth", he cannot acquire it except through fellowship, and it decays in...

Social Organization: A Study of the Larger Mind

Charles Horton Cooley - 1909 - 436 ˹
...developed and expressed in those simple, face-to-fact groups that are somewhat alike in all societies; groups of the family, the playground, and the .neighborhood....experience, for similar ideas and sentiments in the human j mind. In these, everywhere, human nature comes into existence. Man does not have it at birth; he...

Outlines of Introductory Sociology: A Textbook of Readings in Social Science

Clarence Marsh Case - 1924 - 980 ˹
...developed and expressed in those simple, faceto-face groups that are somewhat alike in all societies; groups of the family, the playground, and the neighborhood....basis, in experience, for similar ideas and sentiments of the human mind. In these, everywhere, human nature comes into existence. Man does not have it at...

Commitment and Community: Communes and Utopias in Sociological Perspective

Rosabeth Moss Kanter - 1972 - 303 ˹
...are somewhat alike in all societies; groups of the family, the playground, and the neighborhood . . . In these, everywhere, human nature comes into existence....acquire it except through fellowship, and it decays in isolation.1 32 Such passions as lust, greed, revenge, and the need for power over others belong to...
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