Neotribalism

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Neotribalism (neo-tribalism; modern tribalism) is a sociological concept. The idea is that human beings have evolved to live in tribal society, as opposed to mass society. So they will naturally form social networks of new "tribes".[1]

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  1. Maffesoli, Michel 1996. The time of the tribes: the decline of individualism in mass society. London: Sage.