Simon and Schuster, 1984 - 384 頁
From Simon & Schuster, Countercultures is J. Milton Yinger's exploration of the promise and peril of a world turned upside down.
Countercultures offers a new framework for analyzing tensions between the culturally established & the marginal, and discusses the emergence of countercultures in terms of ethical, epistemological, and aesthetic reversals of the status quo.
讀者評論 - 撰寫評論
Promise or Peril
The Definition of Countercultures
The Sources of Countercultures
Varieties of Countercultures
Goodness Cultural and Countercultural
Beauty Cultural and Countercultural
Countercultures Among the Disadvantaged
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