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The Domestic Environment And Its Interaction With The External Environment

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This chapter considers the formation of public dispositions (Phase III) and the interplay between the domestic and external environments. One way of reintegrating conceptually the domestic environment which has been deconstructed into the three phases in the framework may be through the concept of political culture. The chapter focuses on the collective attitudes held by members of a political system, combining a micro-analysis based on the psychological interpretation of individual political behaviour, with a macro-analysis of variables common to political sociology. It analyzes the concept of political culture as one way of reintegrating the various factors constituting the domestic environment, a concept which refers to personal and collective history and approaches socio-political phenomena in the micro and macro continuum. It argues that mutual reinforcement between political culture and education serves to integrate the domestic environment while compartmentalizing the world, although these phenomena are not irreversible.

Keywords: domestic environment; external environments; political culture; political sociology; public dispositions



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