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Theory of collective action

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== Concise description of theory ==
Critical researchers assume that social reality The economic theory of collective action is historically constituted concerned with the provision of public goods (and that it is produced and reproduced by people. Although people can consciously act to change their social and economic circumstances, critical researchers recognize that their ability to do so is constrained by various forms other collective consumption) through the collaboration of socialtwo or more individuals, cultural and political dominationthe impact of externalities on group behavior. The main task of critical research It is seen more commonly referred to as being one Public Choice. Mancur Olson's 1965 book The Logic of social critique, whereby Collective Action: Public Goods and the restrictive and alienating conditions Theory of the status quo are brought to light. Critical research focuses on the oppositionsGroups, conflicts and contradictions in contemporary society, and seeks to be emancipatory i.e. it should help to eliminate is an important early analysis of the causes problems of alienation and dominationpublic good cost.
== Diagram/schematic of theory ==

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