social organization


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Social organization participation in social management is also one of the forms of social democracy and public participation.
Social Organizations often perceive 'Capital' as the most essential ingredient to achieve scale not realizing that it is only one of the elements which are required to scale up an innovative model of any social organization.
One participant used the term "psychological help" to describe the help he received from other members in the social organization, whereas another noted that she could confide in her church friends about her family problems.
An organization becomes a social organization when it discovers the power of mass collaboration and develops the necessary corporate skills to address challenges by readily and repeatedly creating collaborative communities.
They've outstripped the rest of mammals and taken their social organization to another level.
There is a lot of emphasis on their role as military leaders (the death rate in their wars was impressive), but it was great fun to encounter again the story of the social organization of the Spartans and to observe how the Greeks struggled to maintain a measure of democracy while tyrants pressed to assert their authority.
Culturally identified in-groups became the norm, the basic template for human social organization.
The truth is," said Lula, "that you had the initiative to create social pastoral committees and gave us the gift of the most beautiful social organization in the country.
Briefly, these are restrictions on the free flow of information, the subjugation of women, inability to accept responsibility for individual or collective failure, the extended family or clan as the basic unit of social organization, domination by a restrictive religion, a low valuation of education and low prestige assigned to work.
She finds that the conjunction of church and theater in eucharistic performances allowed York to examine presence and absence, and thus to function as a site for ambiguity and multiple representations of the social organization.
Buschow Henley's elegantly rational solution simplifies spatial and social organization by linking the two main buildings and reinventing the central space as a multi-storey cloister for perambulating, meeting and thinking.
As we would expect, Charles writes that the human person is the end and purpose of every social organization, and that God's law requires respect for human rights.
There is a sense that the orchestra of that city is a receptacle of civic pride and a social organization representing moral life.
Raymond's hypothesis is that the structure of hacker culture has evolved as the optimal social organization for generating quality software.
The lottery, an impersonal mechanism based on chance alone, may be used to distribute benefits and burdens in a social organization.