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by Laurie Taylor,Stanley Cohen

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ISBN:
0140220216
Author:
Laurie Taylor,Stanley Cohen
Category:
Psychology
Language:
English
Publisher:
Penguin Books; New edition edition (April 27, 1978)
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Stanley Cohen is Professor of Criminology at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem. He is the author of Folk Devils and Moral Panics (1964). Laurie Taylor is Professor of Sociology at the University of York.

Stanley Cohen is Professor of Criminology at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem. He is a weekly columnist for the Times Higher Education Supplement.

Stanley Cohen, Laurie Taylor. From sexual fantasies to holidays this marvellous book charts our escape attempts. It crackles with important theoretical insights about how & is managed.

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Escape Attempts book. It crackles with important theoretical insights From sexual fantasies to holidays this marvellous book charts our escape attempts.

Cohen, . Taylor, L. (1993).

Cohen's last book States of Denial: Knowing about Atrocities and Suffering attempts to analyze personal and . Cohen, S. & Taylor, Laurie (1976) Escape attempts: the theory and practice of resistance in everyday life.

Cohen's last book States of Denial: Knowing about Atrocities and Suffering attempts to analyze personal and political ways in which humans avoid uncomfortable realities, like poverty, suffering, injustice. (1979) "The punitive city: notes on the dispersal of social control", Contemporary Crises, 3(4): 341-363.

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From sexual fantasies to holidays this marvellous book charts our escape attempts. In a series of dazzling commentaries the authors reveal the ordinary and extraordinary ways in which we seek to defy the despair of the breakfast table and the office But the book is much more than a first-rate cartography of everyday life. It crackles with important theoretical insights about how `normality' is managed. This fully revised edition contains a superb new introduction, `Life After Postmodernism', which exposes the conceits of the postmodernist adventure and which should be required reading for anyone interested in making sense of everyday life.
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This book came to mind several times in the past 30 years. The subject matter and coverage are near and dear to my own heart. The past decades have seen a reinvention of self, in life style, temperament and activity related to a mellower me. The book, revisited, is telling in the way in which I see my own journey to self and my relationships with those who have failed in their own attempts to be at peace with the world at large in their own lives. Finding a copy of it and even remembering the cover, were all a thrill, like locating an old friend; a confidant with a tender and forgiving memory.