The Third Component of a Theory of Action

The Components of a Theory of Action

Lessons "Actor-Orientation: Individual" and "Actor-Orientation: Societal" focussed on specific actors' actions and the rationale behind them, as well as on the embeddedness of these actions in both social systems and conventions.

To remind yourself of the content of the previous lessons on the "Actor-oriented model on regional development", click on the animation in the right-hand column, then drag and drop the names of each part of the model into its appropriate space:

If you did not in lessons "Actor-Orientation: Individual" and "Actor-Orientation: Societal", download and read the .pdf document in the right-hand column presenting the theory of action used in this lesson.

Pay special attention to the third component "Dynamic Conditions of Action", which will be the focus of this lesson.

Go to previous page Go to top Go to next page