The Sociology of Loyalty

The Sociology of Loyalty

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Specifically, this book explains loyalties: why we have them and what they do for us and society. It also places loyalty into the study of emotions such as trust and shame. By drawing on current theories and current and historical examples this book clearly establishes the components of loyalty and its place with in the theories of emotion. Additionally it develops the theoretical understanding of emotions by taking a previously ignored a€“ yet highly topical a€“ emotion and placing it within the theoretical perspective.... views, 14 Loyalty: An Essay on the Morality of Relationships, 3 Loyalty agreements, 103 a#39;Loyalty Daya#39;, of USA, 2 Loyalty in a ... National identity, defined, 80 Nationalisation ceremonies, 14 National loyalty, 14, 136a€“137 case of Australiananbsp;...

Title:The Sociology of Loyalty
Author: James Connor
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2007-09-04

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