Modern Privacy: Shifting Boundaries, New Forms
Modern privacy : shifting boundaries, new forms.
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Johnson, Pauline, Markus, Maria R. Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index. Contents Introduction-- H.
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- Me, Myself, and Ribeye.
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Blatterer, P. Johnson Privacy and Law-- A.
Rundell What's Wrong with Therapy Culture? Johnson Privacy and Work-- N.
Personal confessions in the public media, the posting of personal data on Facebook, the rise of 'therapy culture', the blurring between work and private life - these are just some of the issues discussed and analyzed in Modern Privacy. Here, sociologists, philosophers, historians and legal scholars from the US, Europe and Australia reflect on the dilemma of privacy with a focus on contemporary trends.
Contemporary adulthood: Reconceptualizing an uncontested category H Blatterer Current sociology 55 6 , , The changing semantics of youth and adulthood H Blatterer Cultural sociology 4 1 , , Adulthood: The contemporary redefinition of a social category H Blatterer Sociological Research Online 12 4 , , Everyday friendships: intimacy as freedom in a complex world H Blatterer Springer , Social networking, privacy, and the pursuit of visibility H Blatterer Modern Privacy, , Generations, modernity and the problem of contemporary adulthood H Blatterer Contemporary Adulthood, , Friendship F Alberoni Brill , New adulthood: personal or social transition?
Intimacy as freedom: Friendship, gender and everyday life H Blatterer Thesis Eleven 1 , , Can solitude be recaptured for the sake of intimacy?