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More recent analytic theories have tended to stress social factors, emphasizing
the malleability of the individual and the effects of social experience on the
formation of his personality. Some theories, such as the "Individual Psychology"
They over- include tensions created by rapid social and economic throw of
development; the rise of new social classes and the refusal govern- of
established elites to share their power; problems of the ments distribution of
wealth and the ...
The tendency toward social stratification is perhaps inherent in Polynesian
society, with its great interest in and emphasis on status and the indicators and
prerogatives thereof. There seems to have been a process of social evolution
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