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Bowling Alone is the sociology, social sciences and popular culture book which criticizes modern culture, activities, technology, and jobs. Robert D. Putnam is the author of this tremendous book. Decades ago the culture of America was totally different from the one which we are looking for now. The families are connected with each other. They help each other in difficult situations and everyone knows what is happening around. The young people take care of the old people and they never hurt them with their acts. The family system was strong and parents live with their sons after they get married. Women got their respect and they are treated gently by men.
But now the situation is totally opposite and people are not happy anymore. Everyone is busy to make his/her life perfect. We did not know who lives next to our door but we have thousands of friends in worldwide. The young generation is disconnected by their parents while living under the same shelter. No one seems interested to communicate and enjoy real life. We do not care about our neighbors, friends, and family. All we care about is to have bank balance and followers on social media account. Robert also provides a solution to revive the American community.
Details About Bowling Alone by Robert D. Putnam
- Name: Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community
- Authors: Robert D. Putnam
- Publish Date: June 1, 2000
- Language: English
- Genre: United States History, Sociology
- Format: PDF/ePub
- Size: 9 MB
- Pages: 541
- Price: Free
- ISBN: 0684832836
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