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Sex in the Snow: Canadian Social Values at the End of the Millennium

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When Sex in the Snow first appeared 10 years ago, it broke new ground by boldly sketching the changing psychological landscape of Canada. It showed that values can be even more important than demographic traits when it comes to how people behave as citizens, consumers, employees, parents, friends, and spiritual beings
Paperback, 220 pages
Published 1997 by Penguin Books
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Feb 22, 2010 kate added it
only baby boomers would attempt to write off an entire generation simply because they were somebody else's kids. (boom bust & echo). Let's compare grunge and hip hop to the jonas brothers and britney spears - perhaps they spoke too soon.

this book is an alternate take on gen x (so tired), describing the differences between american and canadian values and outlining various "tribes" that can connect like minds beyond age, geography, religion and other false boundaries.

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