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Description

Friendship is a relationship of mutual affection between people. Friendship is a stronger form of interpersonal bond than an association. Friendship has been studied in academic fields such as communication, sociology, social psychology, anthropology, and philosophy. Various academic theories of friendship have been proposed, including social exchange theory, equity theory, relational dialectics, and attachment styles.

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Organizations relating to Friendship

International Union of Muslim Scouts / Est. 1992
Brothers to our Brothers / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1965
Soroptimist International of the Americas / Philadelphia PA, USA / Est. 1921
International Society of Friendship and Good Will / Durham NC, USA / Est. 1978
Jesus Caritas Fraternity of Charles de Foucauld / Est. 1952
Scandinavian Fraternity of America / Est. 1915
International Advisory Committee on Scouting with the Handicapped
Association of Clubs of International Friendship of Student Youth
Treaty of Central American Fraternity / Est. 1934
Friends of Freedom International / Ogdensburg NY, USA
World Peace Bell Association / Tokyo, Japan / Est. 1982
Europa-Scouts / Est. 1951
World Scout Interreligious Forum / Geneva, Switzerland
Foundation for International Human Relations / Est. 1984
Friends of Urambo and Mwanhala
Cuso International / Ottawa ON, Canada / Est. 1961
Friends of the European Peace Pilgrimage
Friends of the Joe Dassin International Fan Club / Charleroi, Belgium / Est. 1981
International Movement for Fraternal Union among Races and Peoples / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1952
World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts / London, UK / Est. 1928
Jewish Christian Muslim Friendship Society
St Anselm's International Friendship Association
China-Arab Friendship Association / Est. 2001
Association des amis du parc archéologique européen de Bliesbruck-Reinheim / Bliesbruck, France
Association of the Friends of Miguel Angel Asturias / Est. 1973

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World Problems relating to Friendship

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Unsociability
Schizoid personality disorder
Loss of civility
Loneliness
Friendly fire
Enmity
Decline of human relationship to nature
Prostitution
Threatened species of Tenebrionidae
Unbridled economic competition
Lack of intimate relationships
Attenuation of group relationships
Threats against family or friends
Detention of family of testifiers
Generation communication gap
Interpersonal violence
Unethical personal relationships
Forced social intimacy
Negative personal relationships between leaders of countries
Unsystematic use of powerful relationships by rural communities
Stifled potential for social interaction among different age groups
Paralyzing patterns between villages and administrative structures
Seasonal isolation of communities
Restriction of social life to family
Limited spheres of relationship

Action Strategies relating to Friendship

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Forging distinctive community identity
Pursuing human rights
Developing eco-tourism business strategies for biodiversity conservation
Withdrawing support from unfriendly governments
Holding community meetings
Relating cross-culturally
Studying relationships
Extending friendship
Studying causes of lack of solidarity with the poor
Befriending
Securing social structures
Developing spirit of friendship
Building community social fabric
Sustaining sacred sociality
Making destructible containers
Encouraging friendship
Being penpals
Recovering marriage covenant
Promoting international friendship
Forming enduring friendship
Forming relationships with sacred animals
Acquiring broad working relationships
Distrusting interpersonal relationships
Eroding interpersonal bonds
Discovering universal relatedness

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