Society is supposed to be “free” and “diverse,” but why is it so stuffy? “Sociology of loneliness and wh ereabouts: How to live as nothing ‘I'” is now on sale! (Released on 10/21)

Daiwa Shobo Co., Ltd.
Society is supposed to be “free” and “diverse,” but why is it so stuffy? “Sociology of loneliness and whereabouts: How to live as nothing ‘I'” is now on sale! (Released on 10/21)
We are “connected” through SNS. But why am I so anxious and lonely? Unraveling the structure of the difficulty of living from the perspective of “whereabouts”.

Daiwa Shobo Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Representative Director: Yasushi Sato) will release “Sociology of loneliness and place to live” (written by Kumi Abiru) on October 21, 2022. I will. A theory of hope that opens a hole in the modern sense of stagnation and envisions a “society where everyone can breathe easily”
Since the corona crisis, the number of people who have fewer opportunities to interact with others and feel “loneliness” is increasing. With the development of SNS, we are “connected” without meeting in person. But why do people feel so lonely? This is due to the lack of a “home”. In this book, we will elucidate the “structure of life difficulties” that modern people have from various
perspectives such as “need for approval and identity”, “women’s way of life”, “meritism”, and “self-responsibility”.
To find my “home”.
[From the table of contents]
Whereabouts and Recognition Chapter 1 Why do we think about
whereabouts? Chapter 2 A society that seeks proof of existence The destabilizing foundation of life Chapter 3 Transition from school to society Chapter 4 Changing family shapes Chapter 5 Lifestyles of women at the mercy of women
In order to live a life with a place to belong Chapter 6 Raise your voice as an ordinary person Chapter 7 Must I become independent? Chapter 8 To live a life where you belong
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