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Daliri K. The Sructural Factors of Social Action; The Mechanism Review of Society’s Effect on Individual in Role Theory. MJSS. 2011; 3 (1) :153-176
URL: http://jhs.modares.ac.ir/article-25-9643-en.html
Ph.D. Student of Sociology
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This article tries to analyze the reasons and mechanism of the society’s effect on individual based on role theories. These theories believe that occupation of different positions by individuals is accompanied by specific expectations. An individual has two definite paths encountering the present expectations: to accept or not to accept followed by punishment and rejection. To desert from punishment, individuals always choose the first path that means to submit the social will. But social dominance over individuals through positions is not limited to the first path. Rather the society by allowing structural opportunities (rights, privileges, chances and role conditions), which are different for any position, dominates on individuals behavior and its qualities. It makes to establish in distinct ways. Role conflicts and type and quality of individual relations in positional sets have also the same results.
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Published: 2011/11/19

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