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Individualismo y colectivismo en el análisis sociológico

Rafael Gobernado Arribas
Reis: Revista Española de Investigaciones Sociológicas
No. 85 (Jan. - Mar., 1999), pp. 9-25
DOI: 10.2307/40184096
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40184096
Page Count: 17
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Abstract

La disyuntiva individualismo versus colectivismo es una de las muchas disyuntivas que se entrecruzan en la confección del mapa social. Para destacar la complejidad que entraña la misma, se ha elaborado un conjunto de conceptos organizados alrededor de la noción de individualismo, en los tres niveles tradicionales de análisis sociológico: el social, el de la cultura y el de la personalidad. En cada uno de tales niveles se han buscado, a su vez, los conceptos complementarios y los contradictorios a los propiamente individualistas, dando lugar a una clasificación conceptual compleja y útil. /// The dilemman individualism versus collectivism is one among the many dilemmas which we find in the making of social map. To highlight the complexity which this dilemma involves, we have devised a set of concepts arranged around the idea of individualism in the three traditional levels of sociological analysis: the social one, the cultural one and the one related to personality. In each of these levels we have also to find the concepts which are complementary and contradictory to the strictly individualistic ones, thus giving rise to a complex and useful conceptual classification.

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