Shifting Involvements Private Interest and Public Action
Edition: 20th 2002 (Revised)
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Description: With chapters on private concerns and the public arena, consumer disappointment, hostility toward new wealth and the frustration of participation in public life, this text provides an overall view of private interest and public action.
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Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Publication date: 1/27/2002
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.25" long x 0.75" tall
|Introduction: A Private-Public Cycle?|
|The Role of Disappointment in Preference Change|
|Taking Disappointment Seriously|
|Varieties of Consumer Disappointment|
|The Privileged Position of Truly Nondurable Goods|
|The General Hostility Toward New Wealth|
|Historical Evidence from the Eighteenth Century in England and France|
|The Manifold Case against New Goods|
|From Private Concerns into the Public Arena-I|
|Exit and Voice Reactions to Consumer Disappointment|
|Explaining Changes in Life-Styles: Ideology and Second-Order Volitions|
|From Private Concerns into the Public Arena-II|
|Collective Action and the Rebound Effect|
|Why Free Rides Are Spurned|
|The Frustrations of Participation in Public Life-1|
|The Poverty of Our Imagination|
|Overcommitment and Addiction|
|The Frustrations of Participation in Public Life-II|
|The Underinvolvement of Voting|
|A Historical Digression on the Origins of Universal Suffrage|
|Public Virtue Debunked|
|Attractions of the Private Sphere|