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Functionalism Revisited: A practice based Functionalism
Unformatted Document Text:  Functionalism Revisited 17 His argument bears a significant advance in explaining economic behaviors; and lets researchers realize where they should focus to understand economic behaviors. More precisely, his argument leads us to two specific aspects of social, economic behavior: (1) how do the individuals act with each other (in his term, relational aspect of embeddedness)?; and (2) what are the outcome of the overall configuration of relations? (In his term, structural aspect of embeddedness, see Figure 1. A B C Rel. ab Rel. ac Rel. bc Actions have regularized characteristics from the historicityof and configuration of the relationships. A B C Rel. ab Rel. ac Rel. bc Actions have regularized characteristics from the historicityof and configuration of the relationships. ) -------------------------------- Figure 1. A B C Rel. ab Rel. ac Rel. bc Actions have regularized characteristics from the historicityof and configuration of the relationships. A B C Rel. ab Rel. ac Rel. bc Actions have regularized characteristics from the historicityof and configuration of the relationships. about here -------------------------------- In order to probe the two questions, Granovetter points to two aspects of relations: (1) historicity of relations, and (2) regularized individual behaviors. Specifically, he points out that it is neither the

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Functionalism Revisited 17
His argument bears a significant advance in explaining economic behaviors; and lets researchers realize
where they should focus to understand economic behaviors. More precisely, his argument leads us to two
specific aspects of social, economic behavior: (1) how do the individuals act with each other (in his term,
relational aspect of embeddedness)?; and (2) what are the outcome of the overall configuration of
relations? (In his term, structural aspect of embeddedness, see Figure 1.
A
B
C
Rel.
ab
Rel.
ac
Rel.
bc
Actions have regularized characteristics from the historicity
of and configuration of the relationships.
A
B
C
Rel.
ab
Rel.
ac
Rel.
bc
Actions have regularized characteristics from the historicity
of and configuration of the relationships.
)
--------------------------------
Figure 1.
A
B
C
Rel.
ab
Rel.
ac
Rel.
bc
Actions have regularized characteristics from the historicity
of and configuration of the relationships.
A
B
C
Rel.
ab
Rel.
ac
Rel.
bc
Actions have regularized characteristics from the historicity
of and configuration of the relationships.
about here
--------------------------------
In order to probe the two questions, Granovetter points to two aspects of relations: (1) historicity
of relations, and (2) regularized individual behaviors. Specifically, he points out that it is neither the


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