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By Michael Rustin, Tom Wengraf, Prue Chamberlayne

Based on 250 life-story interviews in seven ecu Union international locations, Biography and social exclusion in Europe:analyses own struggles opposed to social exclusion to light up neighborhood milieus and altering welfare regimes and contexts;points to demanding new agendas for ecu politics and welfare, past the rhetoric of communitarianism and the recent Deal;vividly illustrates the lived event and environmental complexity operating for and opposed to structural strategies of social exclusion;refashions the interpretive culture as a instructing and study instrument linking macro and micro realities.·[vbTab]·[vbTab]·[vbTab]Students, educational lecturers running shoes, practitioners, politicians, coverage makers and researchers in utilized and comparative welfare fields will all reap the benefits of studying this book.

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The other way round it is not the same, it is more interested. Over time, you realise all the things they do for you, and with no self-interest whatsoever. And, yes, that was a hard time for me, when all of them died. Nicolás is introducing a new and surprising theme here: love – disinterested versus interested. The good/bad divide he has already used is taking on here a new shape. The disinterested love of his grandparents contrasts with other forms of love that are more interested; that is, love that is conditional or demanding something in return.

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