The lonely crowd; a study of the changing American character, by David Riesman with Nathan Glazer and Reuel Denney.


Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1953.

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Subjects Ethnopsychology -- United States.
Ethnopsychology.
Etnopsicologia -- Estados unidos.
National characteristics, American.
Política social -- Estados unidos.
Series Doubleday anchor books ; A16.
Description 359p. 19 cm.
Contents Some types of character and society -- From morality to morale : changes in the agents of character formation -- A jury of their peers : changes in the agents of character formation (continued) -- Storytellers as tutors in technique : changes in the agents of character formation (continued) -- The inner-directed round of life -- The other-directed round of life : from invisible hand to glad hand -- The other directed life (continued) : the night shift -- Tradition-directed, inner-directed, and other directed political styles : indifferents, moralizers, inside-dopesters -- Political persuasions : indignation and tolerance -- Images of power -- Americans and Kwakiutls -- Adjustment or autonomy -- False personalization -- Enforced privatization : obstacles to autonomy in play -- The problem of competence : obstacles to autonomy in play (continued) -- Autonomy and utopia.
Production Credits "Abridged by the authors."
Genre Social history.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm00503218
(OCoLC)503218
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