Institutional Property and Process the Thesis

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Importantly, he builds his case on the
sociological theories of those who preceded him. To this extent, he
remarks at one juncture, "as Giddens (1984) states, 'institutions by
definition are the more enduring features of social life... giving solidity
to social systems across time and space.' Institutions exhibit these
properties because of the process set in motion by regulative , normative,
and cultural cognitive elements." (Scott, 1) In other words, the
implications of the institution are essentially reciprocal. It is only
rational that property and process should exist within the context of a
cycle. The human aspects of an institution, whether it be a sustained
cultural group such as a global religious faith or a corporation with a
century of organizational development behind it, there are aspects of
society which are going to inevitably impact the ways the people behave.
For instance, with the adoption of Civil Rights in the United States,
institutions which might have previously resisted integration will in the
half-century since their inception, likely come to have reflect the
integrative qualities of society. In turn for this reflection of a social
property, processes would adjust with regard to the approach of
institutionalization. The symbolic creation of meaning which Scott
references throughout his discussion will ultimately remove many of the
stigmas and simultaneous obstacles by which minority groups can hope to
achieve equality.
This example reflect the fact that the concept of the institution is
a distinctly human one which has taken on a systems-level proportion based
on its permanence, its permeation and its power. As a result,
institutional property and process are engaged in a constant exchange, with
human interactants functions as the grease in the…

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references throughout his discussion will ultimately remove many of the
stigmas and simultaneous obstacles by which minority groups can hope to
achieve equality.
This example reflect the fact that the concept of the institution is
a distinctly human one which has taken on a systems-level proportion based
on its permanence, its permeation and its power. As a result,
institutional property and process are engaged in a constant exchange, with
human interactants functions as the grease in the gears.

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