Recent Social Trends in Italy, 1960-1995
McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP, Mar 30, 1999 - History - 512 pages
This sixth national profile provides more arguements in favour of a hypothesis of diversification, rather than convergence, of modern societies. As Henri Mendras writes in the preface of the book, "The more we change, the more we remain ourselves: that is the conclusion of our comparative research, and the Italian study provides further ample proof of it."
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