Kitchen-table societya case study of the family life and friendships og young working-class mothers in urban Norway

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Its aim is to contribute to the current debate by providing a detailed account of how a small group of young mothers occupy themselves in everyday life. Through two years of anthropological fieldwork in the suburbs of Bergen, Norway's second largest…

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    Om Kitchen-table society

    Its aim is to contribute to the current debate by providing a detailed account of how a small group of young mothers occupy themselves in everyday life. Through two years of anthropological fieldwork in the suburbs of Bergen, Norway's second largest city, the author has listened carefully to the conversation of female friends around their kitchen-tables. She examines how the lives of these young women are shaped and what dignity and self-respect means to them. On the basis of this information the author discusses a whole range of topics.

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    Detaljer

    Format
    Pocket
    Utgivelsesår
    2001
    Forlag
    Universitetsforlaget
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9788215001036
    Sider
    369
    Sted
    Høyde
    219
    Bredde
    148
    Vekt
    580

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