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Daniela OSIAC, An Anthropological View Over the International Organizations

Daniela OSIAC
Lecturer, PhD, University of Craiova, Faculty of Letters, Department of Journalism, Communication and Educational Science, Romania;
E-mail: danaosiac@gmail.com

Published on October 31, 2016

Abstract
International Organizations are, especially today, important factors regarding the evolution of societies. This is why, in this study we try to apply Durkheim’s theory about society to these structures that influence so much our day by day evolution. The individual is connected to his environment and his form of organization. His form of organization also affects the individual and his environment. Nowadays, besides states, IGO’s are the most important factor in shaping the evolution of individual and society.

Keywords
International Organization, Emile Durkheim, Anthropology, NATO, European Union.

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