„By social structure is meant that organized set of social relationships in which members of the society or group are variously implicated.“

—  Robert Merton, livro Social Theory and Social Structure

Fonte: Social Theory and Social Structure (1949), p. 162 (1957 edition)

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—  Daniel Bell, livro The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism

Fonte: The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism (1976), Chapter 5, Unstable America, p. 198

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„[Merton states that anomie represents] An acute disjunction between the cultural norms and goals and the socially structured capacities of members of the group to act in accord with them.“

—  Robert K. Merton, livro Social Theory and Social Structure

Fonte: Social Theory and Social Structure (1949), p. 162 (1957 edition) as cited in: John H. Scanzoni (1970) Opportunity and the family. p. 55

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—  Carroll Quigley American historian 1910 - 1977

Fonte: The Evolution of Civilizations (1961) (Second Edition 1979), Chapter 3, Groups, Societies, and Civilizations, p. 71

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