… example Italy and particularly the architecture of Italian towns. It seems that sociology requires historical focus as a guide for the future, as social development often dictates lasting effects on society
Even the industrial activities are often permanently turned out of their normal directions by social states that passed away many ages ago: witness what has happened throughout the East, or in Italy, where towns and villages …
… money economy, as the small artisan became the great merchant, we find a gradual emancipation from the traditional forms of society and the mediaeval outlook: there was a revolt against those sections of society which were most dependent upon this structure and upon these ways of thought, by virtue of which they exercised their authority. (von Martin, 1963, p. 1)
Though the lenses of Symbolic Interaction, a …
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