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Traditional action

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Subject: Instrumental action, Social actions, Action (philosophy), Affectional action, Group action (sociology)
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Traditional action

Traditional action is a social action taken by tradition. They are actions which are carried out due to tradition, because they are always carried out in such a situation. An example would be putting on clothes or relaxing on Sundays. Some traditional actions can become cultural artifacts


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