Social skill (which I clearly lack!)

Social skill is defined as “the capacity for inter-subjective thought and action that shapes the provision of meaning, interests and identity in the service of collective ends” [Fligstein & McAdam, 2012 p.4]

Fligstein, N. & McAdam, D. 2012, A Theory of Fields, Oxford University Press, New York, New York.

Hat-tip to Stephen McGrail

 

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