Still Connected: Family and Friends in America Since 1970
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Still Connected: Family and Friends in America Since 1970

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National news reports periodically proclaim that American life is lonelier than ever, and new books on the subject with titles like Bowling Alone generate considerable anxiety about the declining quality of Americans social ties. Still Connected challenges such concerns by asking a simple yet significant question: have Americans bonds with family and friends changed since...more
Paperback, 159 pages
Published January 1st 2011 by Russell Sage Foundation Publications
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