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Space And The Spatial Ordering Of Society

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Association, in the various types of interaction among individuals, brought about different possibilities of being together-in the psychological sense; some of them, however, are realized in such a way that the form of space. So in the interest of penetrating the forms of association, we pursue the meaning that the spatial circumstances of an association possess for their particular determination and developments in a sociological sense. The importance of a sociological relationship as pivot attaches to the fixed locality especially where the contact or assembly can occur only at a particular place for elements otherwise independent of one another. This chapter treats several examples of this phenomenon, which actually represents an interaction of the internally sociologically determined and the spatially.

Keywords: sociological relationship; spatial circumstances



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