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" A pure relationship ... refers to a situation where a social relation is entered into for its own sake, for what can be derived by each person from a sustained association with another; and which is continued only in so far as it is thought by both parties... "
Ageing in Society - Página 186
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The Meaning of "relationship" in Interpersonal Communication

Richard L. Conville, Lilian Edna Rogers - 1998 - 202 páginas
...what can be derived by each person from a sustained association with another; and which is continued only in so far as it is thought by both parties to deliver enough satisfactions for each individual to stay within it. Marriage — for many, but by no means all groups...
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An Emotional History of the United States

Professor of History and Provost Peter N Stearns, Peter N. Stearns, Jan Lewis - 1998 - 476 páginas
...what can be derived by each person from sustained association with another; and which is continued only in so far as it is thought by both parties to deliver enough satisfactions for each individual to stay within it."38 The Philosophy of Love and Married Love, typical...
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Lone Motherhood in Twentieth-century Britain: From Footnote to Front Page

Barnett Professor of Social Policy Jane Lewis, Kathleen Kiernan, Hilary Land, Jane E. Lewis, Reader in Social Policy and Demography Kathleen Kiernan, Professor of Family Policy and Child Welfare Hilary Land - 1998 - 335 páginas
...what can be derived by each person from a sustained association with another; and which is continued only in so far as it is thought by both parties to deliver enough satisfactions for each individual to stay within it' (p. 58). We would suggest that the shift in ideas...
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Marriage After Modernity: Christian Marriage in Postmodern Times

Adrian Thatcher - 1999 - 329 páginas
...what can be derived by each person from a sustained association with another; and which is continued only in so far as it is thought by both parties to deliver enough satisfactions for each individual to stay within it.46 In late modern societies both sexes have a highly...
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Sociology of Families: Readings

Cheryl Albers - 1999 - 501 páginas
...what can be derived by each person from a sustained association with another; and which is continued only in so far as it is thought by both parties to deliver enough satisfactions for each individual to stay within it. (Giddens, 1992:58l The second concept is that...
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Revolutions of the Heart: Gender, Power and the Delusions of Love

Wendy Langford - 1999 - 168 páginas
...'pure relationship': 'a social situation entered into for its own sake . . . and which is continued only in so far as it is thought by both parties to deliver enough satisfactions for each individual to stay within it' (Giddens 1992: 58). This new freedom for individuals...
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Alone Together: Law and the Meanings of Marriage

Milton C. Regan Jr. - 1999 - 296 páginas
...what can be derived by each person from a sustained association with another; and ... is continued only in so far as it is thought by both parties to deliver enough satisfactions for each individual to stay within it."63 It is "reflexively organized," which means...
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To Promote the General Welfare: A Communitarian Legal Reader

David E. Carney - 1999 - 324 páginas
...each person from a sustained association with another; and . . . [such an association] is continued only in so far as it is thought by both parties to deliver enough satisfactions for each individual to stay within it."24 It is "reflexively organized," which means...
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In the Grip of Freedom: Law and Modernity in Max Weber

Cary Boucock - 2000 - 230 páginas
...reminiscent of the purposive contract is emerging in which, as Giddens writes, the relationship 'is continued only in so far as it is thought by both parties to deliver enough satisfactions for each individual to stay with it.'25 The construction of pure relationships exemplifies...
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Bad Pastors: Clergy Misconduct in Modern America

Anson D. Shupe, William A. Stacey, Susan E. Darnell - 2000 - 256 páginas
...what can be derived by each person from a sustained association with another; and which is continued only in so far as it is thought by both parties to deliver enough satisfactions for each individual to stay within it" (1992, 58). This means that love is "active and...
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