Social and Cultural Theories: A Wrong Life: Studies in Lifeworld-Grounded Critical Theory Vol 1

Social and Cultural Theories A Wrong Life Studies in Lifeworld Grounded Critical Theory Vol This study is composed of a series of theoretical reflections inspired by empirical research into the ethical dilemmas of life in contradiction ridden postmodern America Adopting a phenomenological or

  • Title: Social and Cultural Theories: A Wrong Life: Studies in Lifeworld-Grounded Critical Theory Vol 1
  • Author: Steven P. Dandaneau
  • ISBN: 9780762304783
  • Page: 364
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This study is composed of a series of theoretical reflections inspired by empirical research into the ethical dilemmas of life in contradiction ridden postmodern America Adopting a phenomenological orientation toward their own situated, lifecourse experience, the authors dedicate chapters to subjects such as hospital birth, special education, Gen X, community based anti cThis study is composed of a series of theoretical reflections inspired by empirical research into the ethical dilemmas of life in contradiction ridden postmodern America Adopting a phenomenological orientation toward their own situated, lifecourse experience, the authors dedicate chapters to subjects such as hospital birth, special education, Gen X, community based anti crime policy, public intellectuals, and mass death Drawing primarily from the tradition of Frankfurt School critical theory, and inspired in particular by Theodore W Arno s post war aphorism, wrong life cannot be lived rightly, this volume seeks to contribute to the project of an empirical critical theory sociology as a postmodern ethic.

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