Patrons, Clients, and Friends: Interpersonal Relations and the Structure of Trust in Society :: S. N. (Shmuel Noah) Eisenstadt & L. Roniger soon to be presented for sale on the terrific BookLovers of Bath web site!
Cambridge, London, New York, New Rochelle, Melbourne & Sydney: Cambridge University Press, 1984, Paperback.
From the cover: The form of social relations described by the terms patronage and patron-client relations is of central concern to sociologists, anthropologists and political scientists today. Characterised by its voluntary and highly personal but often fully institutionalised nature, it is a type of behaviour found in almost every human society. It touches upon basic aspects of the construction and regulation of social order and is therefore closely connected to major theoretical problems and controversies in the social sciences.
This hook analyses some special typ…
In the Themes in the Social Sciences series.
Very Good. Stamp to the verso upper wrapper. A little age-toning to the edges of the text block. Text complete, clean and tight.
[X] 343 pages. Index. Trade Paperback (9″ x 6″).
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