George Szell

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Noun1.George Szell - United States conductor (born in Hungary) (1897-1970)
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He asks and answers the question, "Why isn't communitarianism more widespread?" Part 2 also contains reflections on sociological concepts argued by the authors to be key components of the communal idea, such as the importance of participation (Gyorgy Szell), social cohesion (Shulamit Reinharz), and work/labor (Wrahurst and Trebeck).
Born in 1941 in Budapest Gyorgy Szell grew up in Germany and Luxembourg.
Harrisson, Denis; Gyorgy Szell & Reynald Bourque (Eds.) (2009), Social Innovation, the Social Economy and World Economic Development.
(2002a): "Fifteen Challenges for a European Social Model", in Gyorgy Szell & Gian-Primo Cella (eds), The Injustice at Work: An International View on the World of Labour and Society, Frankfurt/M.
Geffken, Rolf (2008), "Chinese Unions and the Limits of Wal Mart's Anti-Unionism." in Gyorgy Szell, Carl-Heinrich Bosling & Ute Szell (Eds.), Education, Labour & Science Perspectives for the 21st Century.