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Sociology News, April 2019
THE BOUNDARIES OF WASTE, WANT, AND REUSE: A QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF THRIFT STORE SHOPPING AND DUMPSTER DIVING IN WASHINGTON STATE
Being a consumer in the contemporary United States is a complicated endeavor. As consumption choices have been linked with issues from declining stocks of natural resources to grievous harm to workers and resource-based ...
Parenting and Working in the Digital Age: A Qualitative Examination of Intensive Parenting and Ideal Worker Norms
This dissertation presents the results of three qualitative studies that explore the ways in which individuals interact with digital technologies in the realms of family and work. Past literature in sociology demonstrates ...