Becoming who we are : personal morphogenesis and social change

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Carrigan, Mark (Mark Alexander);
  • Subject: HM

This thesis investigates the relationship between personal change and social change, in order to theorise the former in a way amenable to better understanding the latter. It initially proceeds through a detailed critical engagement with the work of Antony Giddens on lat... View more
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