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Communal Forms

A Sociological Exploration of Concepts of Community

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"In Communal Forms Aksel Tjora and Graham Scambler take us on a sociological journey into the meaning and significance of ‘community’ in the contemporary context. They masterfully traverse and weave together key social theories on this critical topic and draw from an extraordinarily diverse and intriguing series of case studies to illuminate the highly diversified communal forms of the 21st Century. This is a book for our time, where the need to understand the power of community, has never been more acute." - Alex Broom, The University of Sydney, Australia

"The question of community becomes relevant anew with each social shift and transformation, and at the heart of this important book lies a concern with the quality of human life. Writing in a clear and engaging manner, Tjora and Scambler investigate the nuances of community as it is theorised and lived. A key strength of the book is the authors’ knack for bringing to life insights from key sociological theories of community with the help of contemporary empirical examples from a rich variety of contexts and settings, including co-working spaces, rock festivals and online self-help groups." - Vanessa May, University of Manchester, UK

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Forlag
Routledge
Språk
Engelsk
ISBN
9781000048261
Utgivelsesår
2020

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"In Communal Forms Aksel Tjora and Graham Scambler take us on a sociological journey into the meaning and significance of ‘community’ in the contemporary context. They masterfully traverse and weave together key social theories on this critical topic and draw from an extraordinarily diverse and intriguing series of case studies to illuminate the highly diversified communal forms of the 21st Century. This is a book for our time, where the need to understand the power of community, has never been more acute." - Alex Broom, The University of Sydney, Australia

"The question of community becomes relevant anew with each social shift and transformation, and at the heart of this important book lies a concern with the quality of human life. Writing in a clear and engaging manner, Tjora and Scambler investigate the nuances of community as it is theorised and lived. A key strength of the book is the authors’ knack for bringing to life insights from key sociological theories of community with the help of contemporary empirical examples from a rich variety of contexts and settings, including co-working spaces, rock festivals and online self-help groups." - Vanessa May, University of Manchester, UK

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