Divided Denmark: A Convoy in Disintegration
As a cultural sociologist it is not possible to concern oneself with the conditions of childhood without setting them in a specific cultural social framework. It is not unimportant whether a child grows up in Greece, Germany, or France, or in the Danish welfare state. This chapter therefore concerns itself with salient features of the current situation in Danish society — a society that seems to be on the way to a dramatic dissolution into different lifestyles and in which the collapse of norms, especially in the 1960s, has had decisive consequences for the conditions of childhood.
KeywordsForeign Labourer Danish Society Cultural Sociologist Social Atmosphere Social Crisis
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