Mass Of People. (61)

Proximity and distance are two features of human life. Sociologically seen, there are 2 types of people: the mass man and the loner. In time immemorial in clan societies and had no survival chance loner. Freedom bedeutet(e) the safe life loss! That’s why people joined groups of 40-120 people. Larger groups then were divided and nomadisierten. You gradually changed to Division of labor communities (craft, manufacturing, industrialization: Division of labour and production line) and significantly increased their effectiveness (what?) and efficiency (how?). Only with the modern universalist individual societies living conditions allowed for a trend towards individualization and customization (Group > lot > mass) contrary to the natural needs! Today, the people in Europe, depending on the circumstances, preferably in small families or individuals live.

In the countryside, often in large families. In the modern the State has taken over the former families social care functions urbanized countries. Because the cities spread more and more mega-Citties, individual social providing for the community that paying tax is always priceless. The resulting ongoing shift of shares of wealth and poverty, education and knowledge of United Nations lead to increased social shifts of power and without power. Human development influenced also the parenting styles of the nomadic hunters welcome homegrown collectors and breeders of the clan societies of the individual companies.

Parenting styles around the world: relational Autonomiebetont the community takes over the education of children. … Flowing ICH border. u0085 We identities. … Obedience. u0085 In traditional communities around the world. … Honor, shame… Partnerships are essential to life. The biological parents are solely responsible. … Strongly marked ICH border. … ICH identities. … Self-Bewusst-sein. u0085 In major cities around the world. u0085 Human dignity… Interaction with strangers and competition. Mark Angelo Yorkville Advisors takes a slightly different approach. Mass referred to a large number of people who are concentrated in a relatively confined space physically communicate and/or act as collective together socially in sociology.