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" In their consequences they differ precisely in this way: ethnic coexistences condition a mutual repulsion and disdain but allow each ethnic community to consider its own honor as the highest one; the caste structure brings about a social subordination... "
Ethnic Groups in Conflict, Updated Edition With a New Preface - Page 24
by Donald L. Horowitz - 2001 - 720 pages
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On Charisma and Institution Building

Max Weber - 1968 - 313 pages
...of super- and subordination. Correctly formulated : a comprehensive societalization integrates the ethnically divided communities into specific political...structure brings about a social subordination and an acknowledgment of 'more honor' in favor of the privileged caste and status groups. This is due to the...
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Classes, Power and Conflict: Classical and Contemporary Debates

Anthony Giddens, David Held - 1982 - 646 pages
...They differ precisely in this way: ethnic coexistence, based on mutual repulsion and disdain, allows each ethnic community to consider its own honor as...honor" in favor of the privileged caste and status groups. This is due to the fact that in the caste structure ethnic distinctions as such have become...
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Principles of Scientific Sociology

Walter L. Wallace - 545 pages
...neutrality, on the one hand, and superordinate-subordinate complementarity, on the other, when he claims ethnic coexistences condition a mutual repulsion and...honor" in favor of the privileged caste and status groups ( 1958a: 189). When these four kinds of relations are cross-classified with the four norm expectations...
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Ethnicity and Inequality

Robert M. Jiobu - 1990 - 208 pages
...differ precisely in this way: ethnic coexistence conditions a mutual repulsion and disdain but allows each ethnic community to consider its own honor as...structure brings about a social subordination and an acknowledgment of "more honor" in favor of the privileged caste and status groups. 8 Weber's statement...
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Class: Critical Concepts, Volume 1

John Scott - 1996 - 1348 pages
...They differ precisely in this way: ethnic coexistence, based on mutual repulsion and disdain, allows each ethnic community to consider its own honor as...honor" in favor of the privileged caste and status groups. This is due to the fact that in the caste structure ethnic distinctions as such have become...
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Ethnicity and the Bible

Mark G. Brett - 1996 - 509 pages
...repulsion and disdain which nevertheless allows each ethnic community to preserve its dignity. By contrast, the caste structure brings about a social subordination and an acknowledgement of "more honour" in favour of the privileged caste and higher status groups.8 There is, then, a fundamental...
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Social Class and Stratification: Classic Statements and Theoretical Debates

Rhonda F. Levine - 1998 - 269 pages
...They differ precisely in this way: ethnic coexistence, based on mutual repulsion and disdain, allows each ethnic community to consider its own honor as...honor" in favor of the privileged caste and status groups. This is due to the fact that in the caste structure ethnic distinctions as such have become...
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Violence Through Environmental Discrimination: Causes, Rwanda Arena, and ...

Günther Baechler - 1998 - 321 pages
...system of super- and subordination. Correctly formulated: a comprehensive socialization integrates the ethnically divided communities into specific political...structure brings about a social subordination and an acknowledgment of 'more honour' in favor of the privileged caste and status groups« (Gerth and Mills...
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Essays in Economic Sociology

Max Weber - 1999 - 314 pages
...They differ precisely in this way: ethnic coexistence, based on mutual repulsion and disdain, allows each ethnic community to consider its own honor as...honor" in favor of the privileged caste and status groups. This is due to the fact that in the caste structure ethnic distinctions as such have become...
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Max Weber: Methods and theory, Volume 1

Bryan S. Turner - 1999
...coexistences of ethnically segregated groups into a vertical social system of super- and subordination . . . ethnic coexistences condition a mutual repulsion and...structure brings about a social subordination and an acknowledgment of "more honor" in favor of the privileged caste or status groups. This is due to the...
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