SOCA02H3 Chapter 24: Chapter 24 Notes from MAPPING

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Social clubs y private social clubs a major point of orientation in the lives of upper-class adults y according to baltzell, the club serves to place the adult members of society and their families within the social hierarchy . He quotes with approval the suggestion by historian crane brinton that the club. The clubs are a repository of the values held by the upper-level prestige groups in the community and are a means by which these values are transferred to the business environment. The clubs are places in which the beliefs, problems, and values of the industrial organization are discussed and related to the other elements in the larger community. Clubs, therefore, are not only effective vehicles of informal communication, but also valuable centers where views are presented, ideas are modified, and new ideas emergethey considered the club as a valuable place to combine social and business contacts.

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