Sociology - Civil society is being promoted as an antidote to degenerative forms of individualism

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Civil society is being promoted as an antidote to degenerative forms of individualism and as a space in which dilemmas of collective action can be overcome. Though the field of political socialization has investigated the significance of civil society to patterns of voting and related political behaviors, no research has served to investigate the socialization patterns that lead to participation in civil society and to the pursuit of enlightened self-interest.

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Civil society is being promoted as an antidote to degenerative forms of individualism and as a space in which dilemmas of collective action can be overcome. Though the field of political socialization has investigated the significance of civil society to patterns of voting and related political behaviors, no research has served to investigate the socialization patterns that lead to participation in civil society and to the pursuit of enlightened self-interest. This dissertation identifies citizens within a single community who model enlightened self-interest and who are highly involved in t

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