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Great book for understanding why things have changed sooomuch and what we can try to do to change itPublished 13 days ago by tom
A scholarly book with many studies and references. However, it is well written, and worth a look, especially if you are wondering what happend to the neighborhoods we once took... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Connie B. Kousman
Disclosure: This is a mixed review of a well-written book.
First third of book: History, review and nostalgic look at changes in how we used to relate to our... Read more
This book introduces many interesting research findings. But the author uses various keywords loosely, and his reasoning is confused in many places. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Shinji Tsubohara
Interesting book..I do believe the author forgot to mention two important new wrinkles on our society...group rights vs. individualism,
personal responsibility vs. Read more
I chose this book last minute as an addition for a sociology class for undergrads after reading the Introducation. Both me and the students really struggled with this book. Read morePublished 12 months ago by M
Most incisive book I have read in a long time. Definitely in the tradition of the Lonely Crowd and Bowling Alone.Published 13 months ago by Leonard A Katz