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I liked the central idea of Third Places but don't feel like the author added enough interesting examples or insights to make the extra length of a book worthwhile. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Martin Kelley
This book will teach readers and inform them as to why they have the desires to gravitate toward certain places.Published 1 month ago by RWB
Ray does a thorough job reminiscing about classic "third places" in Europe and the United States from a sociologist's view. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Justin S Jackson
This book, along with Jane Jacobs' Death & Life of Great Cities, could be the basis of a college course on the sociology of urban neighborhoods. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Chicago Slim
A good read and a wonderful resource for my dissertation on physical space and community.Published 11 months ago by Daniel M. Maxwell
everyone thinks starbucks invented "the third place"...in fact..they did not...this is an amazing book if you need to understand the sociology of cafes.Published 15 months ago by fhcgsps
This book will help make the places where we live in the 21st century better places to live!
Rich conversation is almost a thing of the past and Oldenburg defines some... Read more