I don’t think social pressures are necessary. Are you talking about a guilt-based economy?
In any case, if you so insist on “big”, automate.
“You want to be thought of as someone who pulls his weight “
That’s “protestant work ethic”, a peculiarity that’s quite strong in Puritan USA.
Loitering laws. (you can’t just ‘STAND” in a place – DO SOMETHING)Even new age “FIND YOUR PURPOSE” books are related.”Do what you love and the money will follow”. All Puritan thinking.
a) communities without work
b) school kids who form groups freely (sort of), some of whom exert pressures
c) church / other volunteer groups, who definitely use guilt as a motivator.But they all operate within the same puritan work ethic when located in the USA.I think more effective comparisons would be to look at industrialized nations more accustomed to lack of ‘work’.Ireland, Scotland, England, Spain, Russia to start. They’re close enough to familiar to USA but you’ll find much different attitudes regarding a US style work ethic. It’s not shared.
Open, Free and Neutral ” – free internet trunks spanning the planet, which started in Barcelona.
Academic / Scientific control
Volunteer control.Acad/Sci often falls into Govt or Corp or both but it can be independent.