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Unformatted text preview: Affectional action Altruistic [suicide] A state such that individuals have no life of their own and strive to blend in with the group to have a sense of being. A situation in which a goal is pursued in response to an emotion such as revenge, love, or loyalty. Disenchantment Anomic [suicide] A state brought on by dramatic changes in economic circumstances. A great spiritual void accompanied by a crisis of meaning which occurs when people focus so uncritically on the ways they go about achieving a valued goal that they lose sight of that goal. Egoistic [suicide Double consciousness According to DuBois, this sense of always looking at ones self through the eyes of others, of measuring ones soul by the tape of a world that looks on in amused contempt and pity. Includes a A state in which the ties attaching the individual to others in the society are weak. sense of two-ness: Globalization from above Fatalistic [suicide] A state in which there is no hope of change and thus oppressive discipline against which there is no chance of release. Global scale forces that connect people from around the world with educational, economic, and political advantages, exploiting or pushing to the sidelines those who are not so advantaged. Institution Globalization from below Global forces at the grassroots level that aim to protect, restore, and nurture the environment and to enhance ordinary peoples access to the basic resources they need to live a dignified A relatively stable and predictable arrangement among people that has emerged over time with the purpose of coordinating human interaction and behavior in ways that existence. meet some social need. meet some social need....
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