This book may be viewed as an ?antiguide? to decisionmaking. It rejects mechanical formulas and urges self-reflection and a critique of ideology. Through close readings of fifteen life history interviews, Tod Sloan creates a framework for the interpretation of dilemmas and decisions. Ultimately, we see that a life choice or turning point comprises
The problem of choice; life history; life structure; psychologies of decision-making; life spheres; transitions; life projects; authenticity; ideology; back to the future.