All sub-societies of
a society are basically face-groups, and are organized as basic
hierarchical theatre-companies, with the members as players of
which they have to learn, and are socially rewarded for playing
properly, and socially punished for playing improperly.
groups the members of which
know each other personally and interact personally.
A basic hierarchy consists of the
leadership of the group, the executives of the leadership
and the members of the group.
A social part or
role is like a role
in a theatre-play, in that it requires the performance of certain
definite kinds of acts in certain conditions, often called
work, in cooperation with the other players of
the group, and possibly outsiders.
A social reward is a socially organized
group of commodities or title to such that is given to players for
properly playing their parts. When compared to theatre-companies, it is
the share in the takes of the group that the player receives.
A social punishment is a socially organized
enforcement of the doing of something not valued that is given to
players for not properly fulfilling some social duty.
A social duty is a socially organized and
role, with its criterions for correct performance, that
players that are given the role are supposed to perform or enact.
A social ideology is a set of
ideas about what reality is (metaphysics)
and ideals about what reality and human beings should be like (ethics).
Most societies and most
are based on some ideology or religion,
that provide its members with shared ends,
and preconceptions, and thus allow or enable them to
A social world is a set of socially shared ideas, values, ends,
agreements and practices, that
usually includes a code of rights and
duties, that is adopted by some
group as a social
ideology, and as a combined system of commonsensical
ideas, and ideals members in a