Ali Rastgou Posted June 15, 2015 Share Posted June 15, 2015 Hello sociologists, I'm looking for a theory or hypothesis in sociology which may explain the following scenario or situation: A community which has access to a lot of X may look for unlimited access to it. In contrast, a community which has no or very little access to X may only aim to achieve some or a considerable amount of X, but not an unlimited amount of it. X in this scenario is a presumed benefit that can help the community to improve in some way. Is there any social theory or hypothesis which has introduced such a phenomenon or has tried to explain it? I hope the situation is clear enough and look forward to your response. Thanks in advance. Ali Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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