Sharing without Belonging. Collective Identity beyond Cultural Groups
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In this paper I propose a different approach to inform our normative theorization about groups and collective identity with a view to overcoming the idea of culture, which is an over-comprehensive and controversial notion. I propose a shift from a categorization based on groups to one based on normatively relevant forms of sharing. Four main types of sharing are identified: ascriptive sharing; instrumental sharing; conviction-based sharing; affiliation-based sharing.
- Culture Groups
- Collective Identity