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Distributed Nov 4 Slides

Distributed Nov 4 Slides - November 4 2010"No Community No...

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November 4, 2010 “No Community, No Democracy” Definitions of Community Behavior and Norms Social Mores and Laws Soft Communitarianism Outline Guidance
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“No Community, No Democracy” Society’s bonds must be more than chance People are supposed to decide the what/whom for question via deliberation Recall democratic self-constraint Need some degree of cohesion, not exclusion, ie “reciporical commitment”
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Definitions of Community Crisis: AIDS, earthquake, Sept. 11 Function: work, the gym, this class Geographic Location: neighborhoods Tribal : race or ethnicity Exclusion: club frat gang Time/Event: concert, football game, auto accident Shared Values: religion, non profit members a mixture, mixed comm.
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Enforcing Norms (Ch. 6) Three things help us “behave”: private social public enforcement (i.e., laws)
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Which Norms Should We Enforce? Author says: Regulators are We can decide based on cost of enforcing: We should rely more on
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Social Mores (ch. 7)
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