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Lauren Page is well on her way to becoming an Ashley in the second book in The Ashley Project series from bestselling author Melissa de la Cruz.Meet the Ashleys: Ashley Spencer—the queen bee; Ashley “Lili” Li—the smart one; and Ashley “A. A.” Alioto—the sports star. And now there’s also Lauren. After Lauren Page’s unexpected and brilliant maneuver at the fall VIP dance, she is in so tight with Ashley Spencer, the number one Ashley, that she might as well be Ashley’s favorite pair of designer jeans…although everyone knows how quickly those can go out of style. When a new website, AshleyRank.com, starts to take off, it seems like for the first time since kindergarten it’s open season in the popularity race. The website pits the Ashleys against one another and turns the school’s social order upside down. Lauren sees an opportunity to truly belong to the in-crowd, Lili and A.A. see a way up and out from under the queen bee’s shadow, and Ashley Spencer sees a chance to prove there’s only room for one Ashley at the top. [Social Order was originally published as Jealous? and now features a new cover and title.]
The former, associated also with Talcott Parsons and the functionalist school of thought, focuses on the role of shared norms and values in maintaining cohesion in society.
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Social order is a broad concept based upon societal contracts, expectations, and hierarchies. In this lesson, you'll learn how to define social order and explore some of the things that contribute...
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Correspondingly, one of the most threatening social conditions - perceived as the most serious social problem - is a condition that carries or is seen to carry the threat of the 'breakdown of social order'. At its most serious, the breakdown of social order represents a threat ...
social order, moral commitment, to shared norms and values becomes an almost mystical element in social life.