Part One: Art in the Everyday.
Chapter 1: Life as Art.
Chapter 2: Form.
Chapter 3: The Social.
Part Two: Ethnography in Post Modernity.
Chapter 4: The Quasi-Modo Commodity.
Chapter 5: Penetrations in the Post Modern World.
Chapter 6: Social Reproduction as Social History.
Chapter 7: The Ethnographic Imagination and 'Whole Ways of Life'.
"Willis' book is an intriguing attempt to pose questions about doing ethnography in our post-industrial 'leisure societies' ... it presents some genuinely interesting insights and ethnographic vignettes." Discourse & Society
A Written by the author of Learning to Labour, this new book is informed by Willis' own ethnographic research.
A The book also makes an important contribution to a range of current debates in sociology, cultural studies and social and cultural theory.