Bailey stated that organizations that value sociability or social cultures--defined by high socialness
and friendliness--deliver mediocrity because friends are less likely to hold one another to performance standards.
5) Such an epistemological position, or the self"s possession of privacy, is indeed related to--is enabled by--the specificity of material conditions saturated with the socialness
of class and gender differences; its particularity, however, is not its materiality but its overcoming of materiality: the private self is a socially enabled self but is prized as the self which overcomes social difference so as to be a universal, a common self.
2003) Putting a radical socialness
into consumer behaviour analysis.
of Things : Essays on the Socio-semiotics of Objects, Berlin/New York, Mouton de Gruyter : 251-284.
(and isolation) at the entry and exit of a block is expressed by recursive rules, defined over the successors of the block.
There's a forced socialness
, which I think is good for people,'' she observes.