|Re: Nuclear family, cohousing, NEL||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Paula Gilmour (paulabellcoho.com)|
|Date: Sun, 5 Mar 2006 12:48:50 -0800 (PST)|
I mostly focused on the parts on cohousing. Someday when I have more time I will go back and read the book from cover to cover. So, I can't explain the Scanzoni's step in my own words. Here are a few sentences from the book preface. I realize this is extremely vague. Sorry. "The idea of cohousing was conceived, born, and matured in Scandinavia. Scandinavia is also the source of a proposed innovation on the cohousing model called the New Everyday Life (NEL). Advocates of NEL envision it as a series of cohousing communities that pay particular attention to the interests of women, men, and children alike. They describe the New Everyday Life as "Nordic Feminist Vision." It is one example of what Anthony Giddens calls "utopian realism." This book explore whether or not that vision of family and community might somehow fit with the information age." On 3/5/06 12:10 PM, "Craig Ragland" <craigragland [at] gmail.com> wrote: > Paula, could you share a sentence or two how what Scanzoni sees as the step > beyond cohousing? Thanks, Craig
Nuclear family, cohousing, NEL Paula Gilmour, March 5 2006
- Re: Nuclear family, cohousing, NEL Craig Ragland, March 5 2006
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