From Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium
- See also changes related to Community, or pages that link to Community or to this page or whose text .
- • Gerhart Hardin (1968) appealed both to the biological and sociological means of community in his argument establishing the tragedy of the commons.
Community of nations (Internationalism)
- • A perspective in social philosophy usually counter-poised against liberal individualism and seeking to establish a legitimate place for community interests alongside individual rights.
- • Affluent hunter-gatherer society; Marshall Sahlins (1966)
- Sahlins pointed to large blocks of leisure available in hunter-gather societies as a form of pre-modern affluence.: • A term basic to community psychology.
- • Term sometimes used to describe what are also called farmer's markets, flea markets as well as, in a broader sense established central business districts (CBDs) serving local communities.
- • Local, usually amateur, theatrical efforts. Sometimes used as a measure of the vitality of local community.
- • A term with multiple meanings: (1) Radio for a specific (usually geographic) community; (2) a.k.a. Public radio. The limited broadcast range of FM radio signals makes all FM radio community radio in one sense.
- • Term often used to include or encompass planned communities, newly founded communities and communities associated with social movements.
- • Usually seen as a community in which the participants are nations.