Café Society

Café Society

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CafAcs and coffee shops have become core venues in the urban landscape, places to be social, chat with friends or colleagues, take a break or relax, or work in companionable solitude. In this edited volume, researchers from a range of social sciences and countries examine the practices, histories, and meanings of cafAcs, thus contributing to a more comprehensive understanding of the contemporary cafAc. The essays that make up this text are as heterogeneous as they are complementary; they are at once a synthesis of what we know and an invitation to investigate further the concept of a 'cafAc society'.Out ofthese connections plumbers, carpenters, electricians, and other craftsmen are obtained at reduced rates. ... chainsaw. Tools and other equipments are loaned and items no longer wanted by one member are gladly received by another. ... Adding Life to the Public Domain An increasing problem in the cities of the worlda#39;s most advanced societies is that of making the public domain more hospitable.

Title:Café Society
Author: Aksel Tjora, Graham Scambler
Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan - 2013-11-07

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