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Functionalism Revisited: A practice based Functionalism
Unformatted Document Text:  Functionalism Revisited 40 Figure Caption 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. . Embeddedness of Social Network, Granovetter’s model (A line between two individual (Rel.ac, for example) represent relational characteristics (presence, absence, strength, weakness, etc.). The overall configuration of lines within the individuals represents structural characteristics (presence, absence, strength, weakness, etc.). Further, historicity of such relationships (including change and duration) is built by individual actions with others. Figure 2. Giddens’ Structuration: Giddens’ argument: Only when *a (start a) is activated (interaction occurs), *c is realized. In this sense, *a is the power of individuals, “to do otherwise.” In most cases, *c have regularized characteristics, which are realized only through *a. Hence, the effects of *b (practice based functions) can be captured and studied.

Authors: Kim, Hyo.
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Functionalism Revisited 40
Figure Caption
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.
. Embeddedness of Social Network, Granovetter’s model (A line between two individual (Rel.ac,
for example) represent relational characteristics (presence, absence, strength, weakness, etc.). The overall
configuration of lines within the individuals represents structural characteristics (presence, absence,
strength, weakness, etc.). Further, historicity of such relationships (including change and duration) is
built by individual actions with others.
Figure 2. Giddens’ Structuration: Giddens’ argument: Only when *a (start a) is activated
(interaction occurs), *c is realized. In this sense, *a is the power of individuals, “to do otherwise.” In
most cases, *c have regularized characteristics, which are realized only through *a. Hence, the effects of
*b (practice based functions) can be captured and studied.


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