THE LIMITS OF LIMINALITY

Anthropological Approaches to Unemployment in the United States

For more than seventy years, the general consensus among scholars of work in the United States has been that the most crippling effect of job loss, especially for middle-class men, is the resulting loss of identity. Building on E. Wight Bakke’s famous Depression-era studies, anthropologists, sociolo...

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Main Author: Carrie M. Lane
Format: Book Chapter
Language: English
Place of publication: Cornell University Press 14.09.2016
published in: Anthropologies of Unemployment p. 18
Editor: Jong Bum Kwon
Carrie M. Lane
Data of publication: 20160914
ISBN: 9781501704659
1501704656
EISBN: 1501706136
9781501706134
Discipline: Economics
Applied Sciences
Psychology
Computer Science
Anthropology
Business
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