|Re: Nuclear family, cohousing, NEL||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Craig Ragland (craigraglandgmail.com)|
|Date: Sun, 5 Mar 2006 13:09:50 -0800 (PST)|
Thanks... to speculate based on that little snip of info, perhaps it takes the real-world, residential living represented by cohousing and adds the virtual, extended communities. One way to think about this is that those of us on this list extend "our cohousing communities" through our misc. interactions, sharing of insights, information, etc. On a personal level, since joining the Coho/US board last month, I have more interactions around the theory of cohousing than I do with community members here at Songaia. Via the "miracle" of electronic communications (phone, web, email, listservs), my "cohousing community" now extends to include cohousers all over the country. 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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