Regimes of Social Cohesion
25 May 2010
15:00 to 17:00 , Clarke Hall
Professor Andy Green and Dr Germ Janmaat
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This seminar explores the different meanings of social cohesion in historical and contemporary societies and identifies some different 'regimes of social cohesion,' and their characteristics, that can be found in western and East Asian societies. Long-term historical factors have shaped the distinct traditions of thought on social cohesion in different regions and since World War Two three main models have emerged in the West, which can be distinguished by the distinctive underlying institutional structures and their dominant value systems.
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