The “loss of community” in modern society has become a major theme in contemporary social criticism. One could even say that the discipline of sociology begins with a concern over the decline of such traditional forms of association as small towns, neighborhoods, religious congregations and social classes, following upon that “creative destruction” we call the Industrial Revolution.
Books with titles such as “The Quest for Community” or “The Ec...
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