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Parsons, and H. Published: September 30, received: December 21, Released: March 01, accepted: April 14, [Advance Publication] Released: - corrected: -. Article overview. References Related articles 0. Figures 0.

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Parsons considered social order differently, in that he believed that stable social orders inevitably require shared beliefs or values. Since T. Parsons has had a major influence on social theory and the interpretation of Durkheim, Durkheim's own viewpoint about social order has unfortunately been neglected by almost all sociologists to date. In this study, Durkheim's viewpoint on social orders is compared with that of Parsons. In addition, it is argued that Durkheim's viewpoint, as inherited from Rousseau, has crucial similarities with Garfinkel's interaction theory.

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