The Survival of a Counterculture: Ideological Work and Everyday Life among Rural Communards

1st Edition

Bennett Berger

Routledge
Published December 31, 2003
Reference - 290 Pages
ISBN 9780765808059 - CAT# Y354135

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The Survival of a Counterculture is a lively, engaging look into the ways communards, or people who live in communes, maintain, modify, use, and otherwise live with their convictions while they attempt to get through the problems of everyday life. Communal families shape their norms to the circumstances they live with, just as on a larger scale nations and major institutions also shape their ideologies to the pressures of circumstance they feel. With a new introduction by the author that brings his work up to date, this volume raises important questions regarding sociological theory.

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