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Individual differences |
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Affectional action (or emotional action) is a social action caused by an emotion (revenge, love, loyalty, etc.). Those actions are taken due to one's emotions, to express personal feelings. For examples, cheering after a victory, crying at a funeral would be emotional actions.
See also Edit
- Forms of activity and interpersonal relations
- Instrumental action
- Traditional action
- Value-rational action
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