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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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The Strong and the Weak: Romans 14.1-15.13 in Context

Mark Reasoner - 1999 - 272 pages
...the same century, assigns to people.48 Unlike status groups that have reached the extreme of castes, "ethnic coexistences condition a mutual repulsion...community to consider its own honor as the highest one."49 Three arguments combine to support an hypothesis that ethnicity was a factor in the identity...
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Colonialism and Resistance in Belize: Essays in Historical Sociology

O. Nigel Bolland - 2003 - 239 pages
...precisely in this way: erhnic coexistences condition a mntual repulsion and disdain bur allow each erhnic community to consider its own honor as the highest one; the caste structure btings abour a social subordination and an acknowledgement ot "more honot" in favor of the ptivileged...
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The Evolution of Political Knowledge: Democracy, Autonomy, and ..., Volume 2

American Political Science Association. Meeting, Edward D. Mansfield, Richard Sisson - 2004 - 391 pages
...Horowitz flatly states that the big issue is which ethnic group has more honor. Weber's dictum is that: ethnic coexistences condition a mutual repulsion and...an acknowledgement of "more honor" in favor of the priviledged [sic] class and status groups. (Horowitz 1985, 24) Horowitz does not interrogate Weber's...
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Sociological Theory in the Classical Era: Text and Readings

Laura Desfor Edles, Scott Appelrouth - 2005 - 402 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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The Sociology of Ethnicity

Sinisa Malesevic - 2004 - 200 pages
...societalization integtates the ethnically divided communities into specific political and communal action ... ethnic coexistences condition a mutual repulsion and...but allow each ethnic community to consider its own honour as the highest one. These sharply divergent degrees of social honour among different ethnic...
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Social Class and Stratification: Classic Statements and Theoretical Debates

Rhonda F. Levine - 2006 - 277 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...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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