288 Pages
    by Routledge

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    by Routledge

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    This book examines the emergent meddling phenomenon with insightful and provocative descriptions about why meddling is so appealing and how meddling is packaged and marketed. It is a testimony to a life filled with accomplishment, loyalty, friendship, laughter, and love.

    Preface -- America: A Nation of Meddlers -- The Roots of Meddling -- Running Scared: The Appeal and Acceptance of Meddling -- The Ideologies of Meddling -- Types of Meddlers -- Marketing Meddling -- Meddling and the Social Bond -- Conclusion: Toward a Less Meddlesome Society


    Brissett, Dennis | Edgley, Charles