atomistic society


atomistic society
эк. атомистическое общество (общество, каждый член которого преследует свой собственный интерес, не связан какими-л. узами с другими членами, может принимать самостоятельные решения и т. д.; возникает в результате урбанизации, появления государства благосостояния и т. д.)
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