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The Sibling Society: The Culture of Half-adults

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This work argues that currently people navigating a way from a discredited paternalist society to one where impulse is given its way. In this new society people don't bother to grow up - and are becoming half adults. Technology and affluence are creating a universal, one-dimensional society where everwhere eyes meet uniformity and likeness rather than distinction and difference - the same shopping malls, the same ubiquitous pop music - all across the globe. As this happens, so it becomes harder for parents to teach their ...

The Sibling Society: The Culture of Half-adults 1997, Penguin Books Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9780140262230

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The Sibling Society: The Culture of Half-adults 1996, Hamish Hamilton Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9780241137215

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