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Una aproximación sociológica a la noción de convención social

AutorMiller, Luis M.
Palabras claveSocial convention
Principle
Agreement
Moral norm
Sociological theory
Economic theory
Fecha de publicación2006
SerieIESA Working Paper Series
WP 16-06
ResumenThe main aim of this paper is to develop, from an analytical viewpoint, the sociological notion of social convention. To this end, the article takes as a starting point the classic notion of convention proposed by Max Weber. Then the normative character of conventions is studied in depth, defining a convention as a tacit and jointly accepted principle of action. Such a principle is supported by mechanisms of approval and disapproval that define the actions as appropriate or inappropriate, in relation to the prescribed principle. Furthermore, the analytical distinction between social conventions and moral norms is stated.
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