Rural "WASP" Youth: Structure and Sentiments
by Peter K. Manning — 1975
The focus of this chapter will in large part be structural; it will attempt to articulate the constraints that mass industrial society places upon rural WASP youth. It does not dwell on matters of identity and self. It is precisely because the social structure of rural society tends to diminish the salience of such questions that we move to a consideration of issues of stratification, property, demographic trends, and economic forces.
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