Bowling Alone

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  • Author : Robert D. Putnam
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Pages : 544 pages
  • ISBN : 0743219031
  • Rating : 3.5/5 from 9 reviews
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Bowling Alone

Bowling Alone
  • Author : Robert D. Putnam
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Release : 01 August 2001
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Once we bowled in leagues, usually after work -- but no longer. This seemingly small phenomenon symbolizes a significant social change that Robert Putnam has identified in this brilliant volume, Bowling Alone, which The Economist hailed as "a prodigious achievement." Drawing on vast new data that reveal Americans' changing behavior, Putnam shows how we have become increasingly disconnected from one another and how social structures -- whether they be PTA, church, or political parties -- have disintegrated. Until the publication

An Analysis of Robert D Putnam s Bowling Alone

An Analysis of Robert D  Putnam s Bowling Alone
  • Author : Elizabeth Morrow,Lindsay Scorgie-Porter
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 05 July 2017
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American political scientist Robert Putnam wasn’t the first person to recognize that social capital – the relationships between people that allow communities to function well – is the grease that oils the wheels of society. But by publishing Bowling Alone, he moved the debate from one primarily concerned with family and individual relationships one that studied the social capital generated by people’s engagement with the civic life. Putnam drew heavily on the critical thinking skill of interpretation in shaping his

Bowling Alone

Bowling Alone
  • Author : Elizabeth Morrow,Lindsay Scorgie-Porter
  • Publisher : Macat Library
  • Release : 04 July 2017
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American political scientist Robert Putnam wasn't the first person to recognize that social capital - the relationships between people that allow communities to function well - is the grease that oils the wheels of society. But by publishing Bowling Alone, he moved the debate from one primarily concerned with family and individual relationships one that studied the social capital generated by people's engagement with the civic life. Putnam drew heavily on the critical thinking skill of interpretation in shaping his

Bowling Alone

Bowling Alone
  • Author : Robert D. Putnam
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Release : 07 August 2001
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Shows how changes in work, family structure, women's roles, and other factors have caused people to become increasingly disconnected from family, friends, neighbors, and democratic structures--and how they may reconnect.

Bowling Alone Revised and Updated

Bowling Alone  Revised and Updated
  • Author : Robert D. Putnam
  • Publisher : Simon & Schuster
  • Release : 13 October 2020
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Updated to include a new chapter about the influence of social media and the Internet—the 20th anniversary edition of Bowling Alone remains a seminal work of social analysis, and its examination of what happened to our sense of community remains more relevant than ever in today’s fractured America. Twenty years, ago, Robert D. Putnam made a seemingly simple observation: once we bowled in leagues, usually after work; but no longer. This seemingly small phenomenon symbolized a significant social

Social Capital

Social Capital
  • Author : Scott L. McLean,David A. Schultz,Manfred B. Steger
  • Publisher : NYU Press
  • Release : 01 November 2002
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This collection tackles the theme of isolation and the breakdown of mediating social institutions. It is, in part, a response to Robert Putnam's Bowling Alone as well as an attempt to create a broader idea of civil society.

Bowling Alone

Bowling Alone
  • Author : Elizabeth Morrow,Lindsay Scorgie-Porter
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 05 July 2017
GET THIS BOOK Bowling Alone

American political scientist Robert Putnam wasn’t the first person to recognize that social capital – the relationships between people that allow communities to function well – is the grease that oils the wheels of society. But by publishing Bowling Alone, he moved the debate from one primarily concerned with family and individual relationships one that studied the social capital generated by people’s engagement with the civic life. Putnam drew heavily on the critical thinking skill of interpretation in shaping his

A critical evaluation of Robert Putnam s Bowling Alone America s declining Social Capital

A critical evaluation of Robert Putnam   s    Bowling Alone  America   s declining Social Capital
  • Author : Jan-David Franke
  • Publisher : GRIN Verlag
  • Release : 03 April 2013
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Essay from the year 2012 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: USA, grade: 1.0, Jacobs University Bremen gGmbH, course: Civic Networks & Social Capital, language: English, abstract: This paper critically evaluates Robert Putnam’s “Bowling Alone: America’s declining social capital”, published in 1995 in the Journal of Democracy, both empirically and theoretically. It counterchecks the empirical findings by Putnam based on data from the WorldValuesSurvey of 2006 and thereby also provides an updated view on Putnam's claim of declining social capital

Virtual Communities

Virtual Communities
  • Author : Felicia Wu Song
  • Publisher : Peter Lang
  • Release : 17 September 2021
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Does contemporary Internet technology strengthen civic engagement and democratic practice? The recent surge in online community participation has become a cultural phenomenon enmeshed in ongoing debates about the health of American civil society. But observations about online communities often concentrate on ascertaining the true nature of community and democracy, typically rehearsing familiar communitarian and liberal perspectives. This book seeks to understand the technology on its own terms, focusing on how the technological and organizational configurations of online communities frame our

Better Together

Better Together
  • Author : Robert D. Putnam,Lewis Feldstein
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Release : 01 December 2009
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In his acclaimed bestselling book, Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community, Robert Putnam described a thirty-year decline in America's social institutions. The book ended with the hope that new forms of social connection might be invented in order to revive our communities. In Better Together, Putnam and longtime civic activist Lewis Feldstein describe some of the diverse locations and most compelling ways in which civic renewal is taking place today. In response to civic crises and local