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A Culture of Second Chances: The Promise, Practice, and Price of Starting Over in Everyday Life

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This book examines the iconic presence of second chances in everyday life. David Newman explores its various iterations in popular culture, commercial marketplaces, religion, intimate relationships, education, criminal justice, and human bodies. He analyzes how this concept--as a cultural aspiration, driver of policy, and lived personal experience--has become part and ...more
Hardcover, 356 pages
Expected publication: December 15th 2019 by Lexington Books
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