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The Hidden Injuries of Class
This book deals with class not as a matter of dollars or statistics but as a matter of emotions. Richard Sennett and Jonathan Cobb isolate the “hidden signals of class” through which today’sExpand
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The Fall of Public Man.
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The Uses of Disorder: Personal Identity and City Life
An American social critic sets out to show how the excessively ordered community freezes adults - young idealists as well as their security-conscious parents - into rigid attitudes that stifleExpand
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The Fall of Public Man: On the Social Psychology of Capitalism
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The Fall of Public Man
“Public” life once meant that vital part one’s life outside the circle of family and close friends. Connecting with strangers in an emotionally satisfying way and yet remaining aloof from them wasExpand
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El declive del hombre público
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The brutality of modern families
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The Psychology of society : an anthology
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Families Against the City: Middle Class Homes of Industrial Chicago, 1872-1890
Families against the City portrays the life styles of middle class families in a Chicago community during the decades following the Civil War, when major American cities were experiencing massiveExpand
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