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" The attachment to relatives would then be at the expense of attachment to others. But in practice this is not what seems to happen. Far from the family excluding ties to outsiders, it acts as an important means of promoting them. . . . The "
The Established and the Outsiders - Page 184
by Norbert Elias, John L Scotson - 1994 - 199 pages
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Family and Kinship in East London

Michael Young, Peter Willmott - Family & Relationships - 1992 - 210 pages
...Since family life is so embracing in Bethnal Green, one might perhaps expect it would be all-embracing. The attachment to relatives would then be at the expense...outsiders, it acts as an important means of promoting them. When a person has relatives in the borough, as most people do, each of these relatives is a go-between...
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Economics: A New Introduction

Hugh Stretton - Business & Economics - 1999 - 852 pages
...born there. There were many links between kinship and community life, employment and economic life. ‘Far from the family excluding ties to outsiders, it acts as an important means of promoting them. When a person has relatives in the borough, as most people do, each of those relatives is a go-between...
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