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gemeinschaft

(German ɡəˈmainʃaft)
n, pl -schaften (German -ʃaftən)
(Sociology) (often capital) a social group united by common beliefs, family ties, etc. Compare gesellschaft
[German, literally: community]

gemeinschaft

A society with many common personal ties, such as family or religious beliefs.
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The alliance of German scientific organisations, which includes Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), DAAD, Fraunhofer Institut, Helmholtz Gemeinschaft, Hochschulrektorenkonferenz, Leibniz Gemeinsehaft, Leopoldina, Max Planck Gesellschaft, Wissenschaftsrat, has started a new German-language website termed Tierversuche verstehen (Understanding animal experiments; https:// www.
Thirteen chapters/articles are: beasts, burning, and beheading; murder in the palace; ripped bodies, pierced heels and burned houses; gewalt und gemeinschaft im Eneasroman Heinrichs von Veldeke; more than enemies; at the threshold of hell; Ehestands-Maren und gewalt.
Niall Bond presents an intellectual biography of Ferdinand Tonnies, specifically to elucidate the classical text he wrote on social organization: Gemeinschaft und Gesellschaft, or "Community and Society," written in the later 19th century.
In der guten alten Zeit veroffentlichte eine wissenschaftliche Gemeinschaft auf drei Wegen: in Buchern, zur Vergewisserung und Einordnung von Details sowie zur strategischen Orientierung; in Fachzeitschriften, die der Information der Gesellschaft dienten; und, residual, in "wissenschaftlichen" Zeitschriften, in denen der wissenschaftsinterne Dialog gepflegt wurde.
In 1887, in his famous work Gemeinschaft und Gesellschaft, F.
Das gelang zum ersten Mal und grundlegend bei den Romischen Vertragen von 1957, mit denen die Europaische Gemeinschaft ihr bis heute gultiges Format erhielt.
Starting from the classical Tonniesian distinction established between the Gemeinschaft (community) and Gesellschaft (society), in this article we will try to note and describe the existence of a third kind of social unit, which, as a difference from the first two, becomes for us, on one hand the most advanced of society forms, and on the other hand the only one truly and entirely humanlike.
Matthias Schonings Untersuchung Versprengte Gemeinschaft zeichnet die Geschichte der "Ideen von 1914" nach, "jenem Konvolut yon Uberzeugungen, Hoffnungen und Absichtserklarungen, das die Selbstmobilmachung der Deutschen im Sommer 1914 erhoht" (7).
My theory has to do with the idea that there are behavioral and socialization adaptations to a Gemeinschaft environment and to a Gesellschaft environment - and different adaptations, different behaviors and socialization are adapted to thrive and survive in each environment," she said.
The shutdown was devastating for BASF and the other companies of the German chemical industry's interessen gemeinschaft (literally, "community of interest"--i.
Bronfenbrenner's systems of development, as well as the social concept gemeinschaft, often translated "community" are part of the conceptual frame-work of this study.
The concern with social control seems more like a rearguard action by the ideologues of the old Gemeinschaft, the last stand of the traditionalists against the advance of Gesellschaft, with its social mobility and unsupervised subjects.

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