The Theory Of The American Socioeconomic Interdependent Sectors

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Through the years, people have been influenced by their environment and have interacted with different socioeconomic sectors. Therefore, it is not a surprise that people study these sectors and how they affect our daily lives, for the better or the worse. One theory of the American socioeconomic interdependent sectors is social ecology. Social ecology is a system of 3 socioeconomic sectors: business, government, and civil society. Each sector gives social contributions but also has social limitations. If all three of the sectors live in harmony with each other, in a system of checks and balances, then there exists an excellent environment for human development and quality of life. However, if any of the sectors tips the balance too far over, problems arise and affect our daily lives. Keeping these sectors in check is our responsibility; therefore, we need to know what each sector offers and what can go wrong. The first of the socioeconomic sectors is civil society. Civil society is free people freely associating. Examples of civil society nonprofit groups in America is the Red Cross, Boy Scouts, San Antonio Symphony, and Saint Mary’s University. We can see that all these groups are made out of the free choice of people for the people. These groups can be selective; you would not expect a person that dislikes swimming joining the San Antonio Swimming Society. However, if said person loves reading books then he or she has can create a book club. It does not matter how many
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