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As New. Clean, bright, unmarked, in as new condition. Death and the City addresses the key present-day taboo that stifles all potential work on the societal and financial quagmire we are all stuck in. Based on thoughtful observation, it follows in the footsteps of a group of anthropologists/psychoanalysts to give us a comprehensive picture from a socio-anthropological perspective. It is generally accepted that you can't address an issue unless you acknowledge its presence. Kahn exposes the dilemma in a new and innovative way, and thus makes a commendable contribution to addressing society's current woes. --Anton Obholzer, Emeritus Director, Tavistock Centre 200 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Sociology & Culture; ISBN/EAN: 9781782203544. Inventory No: dscf8434.
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