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Triumph of the Mundane The Unseen Trends that Shape Our Lives and Environment

By: Hal Kane
208 pages, Figs
Publisher: Island Press
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Offers a unique assessment of how and why our day-to-day lives have changed, and considers the wide-ranging impacts of those changes. Using a variety of indicators of behaviour - distances between family members, the things we own, and the pace of our lives, Kane traces the social transformations that have occurred in recent decades, and considers the profound effects of those changes on our values, relationships, and physical surroundings.

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By: Hal Kane
208 pages, Figs
Publisher: Island Press
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