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BART BONIKOWSKI & MILLER MCPHERSON

In: 21st Century Sociology

Chapter 19: The Sociology of Voluntary Associations

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The Sociology of Voluntary Associations
The sociology of voluntary associations

Voluntary associations, understood as “formally organized named groups, most of whose members—whether persons or organizations—are not financially recompensed for their participation” (Knoke 1986:2), have been both hailed as the building blocks of American democracy and disparaged as instruments of social exclusion ...

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