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  1. Sociology Basics, Vol. 1:Anomie and Devieance-Microsociology (Magill's Choice) by Carl L. Bankston, 2000-06-01
  2. CRIMINOLOGY: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Encyclopedia of Sociology</i> by ROBERT D. CRUTCHFIELD, CHARIS KUBRIN, 2001
  3. Anomie and Aspirations: A Reinterpretation of Durkheim's Theory (Dissertations on sociology) by Ralph B. Ginsberg, 1980-06
  4. Society, anomie and social change: An interpretation of Émile Durkheim's sociology by Stephen Roy Marks, 1973
  5. Recidivism: Anomie, Differential Association, Deviance (Sociology), Labeling Theory, Psychopathy, Rational Choice Theory
  6. Culture and Anomie: Ethnographic Imagination in the Nineteenth Century by Christopher Herbert, 1991-10-18
  7. The Future Of Anomie Theory
  8. Comparative Anomie Research: Hidden Barriers-Hiddon Potential for Social Development
  9. Human Nature of Social Discontent: Alienation, Anomie, Ambivalence by Gary B. Thom, 1984-01
  10. The Legacy of Anomie Theory (Advances in Criminology Theory, Volume 6) by William S. Laufer, William Merton, 1999-11-01
  11. Anomie: History and Meanings by Marco Orru, 1987-09
  12. The Puerto Rican Migrants of New York City: A Study of Anomie (Immigrant Communities and Ethnic Minorities in the United States and Canada, 8) by Manuel Alers-Montalvo, 1985-07
  13. Anomie, Strain and Subcultural Theories of Crime (The Library of Essays in Theoretical Criminology) by Robert Agnew, Joanne M. Kaufman, 2010-08-01
  14. ANOMIE: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Encyclopedia of Sociology</i> by ROBERT CRUTCHFIELD, KRISTIN A. BATES, 2001

41. Anomie - Encyclopedia Of Plants
Anomie is a sociological term meaning personal feeling of a lack of social norms; normlessness . It describes the breakdown of social norms and values. 1
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and lists Journals Publications Outline ... e Anomie is a sociological term meaning "personal feeling of a lack of social norms normlessness ". It describes the breakdown of social norms and values It was popularized by French sociologist Émile Durkheim in his influential book Suicide (1897). Durkheim borrowed the word from French philosopher Jean-Marie Guyau For Durkheim, anomie arises more generally from a mismatch between personal or group standards and wider social standards, or from the lack of a social ethic, which produces moral deregulation and an absence of legitimate aspirations. This is a nurtured condition: Anomie in common parlance is thought to mean something like "at loose ends". The Oxford English Dictionary lists a range of definitions, beginning with a disregard of divine law, through the 19th and 20th century sociological terms meaning an absence of accepted social standards or values. Most sociologists associate the term with Durkheim, who used the concept to speak of the ways in which an individual's actions are matched, or integrated, with a system of social norms and practices ... Durkheim also formally posited anomie as a mismatch, not simply as the absence of norms. Thus, a society with too much rigidity and little individual discretion could also produce a kind of anomie, a mismatch between individual circumstances and larger social mores. Thus, fatalistic suicide arises when a person is too rule-governed, when there is ... no free horizon of expectation.

42. Existential Crisis - Citizendia
It is quite similar to the sociological concept of anomie. Sociology (from Latin socius companion and the suffix ology the study of from Greek λόγος l gos knowledge

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44. ANOMIE Definition | Social Science Dictionary
ANOMIE according to the free Social Science Dictionary = A structural condition in which social norms are weak or conflicting.

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