Etymology
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anomie (n.)

"absence of accepted social values," 1915, in reference to Durkheim, who gave the word its modern meaning in social theory in French; a reborrowing with French spelling of anomy.

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Definitions of anomie

anomie (n.)
personal state of isolation and anxiety resulting from a lack of social control and regulation;
Synonyms: anomy
anomie (n.)
lack of moral standards in a society;
Synonyms: anomy
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