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Philosophy of Anthropology and Sociology
The frame We can characterize "the social" from the concrete level of individuals in specific relations, to the global structures and institutions that constitute the modern world systemwith many stops in between. Social phenomena can be analyzed through a wide variety of contrasts: individual versus institutional, face-to-face versus anonymous, local versus distant, economic versus political, experiential versus structural, immediate versus nested, and many other dimensions of contrast. Dodoi:10.1016/b978-044451542-1/50010-6 fatcat:2bnmgqjmdfcsfdoxakscqgmewu