Solomon Asch Quote

Most social acts have to be understood in their setting, and lose meaning if isolated. No error in thinking about social facts is more serious than the failure to see their place and function.


Social Psychology (1952), p. 61.

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Most social acts have to be understood in their setting, and lose meaning if isolated. No error in thinking about social facts is more serious than...

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Most social acts have to be understood in their setting, and lose meaning if isolated. No error in thinking about social facts is more serious than...

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Most social acts have to be understood in their setting, and lose meaning if isolated. No error in thinking about social facts is more serious than...

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Most social acts have to be understood in their setting, and lose meaning if isolated. No error in thinking about social facts is more serious than...