6 edition of Values and Social Change in Britain (Studies in the Contemporary Values of Modern Society) found in the catalog.
December 1985 by Salem House Publishers .
Written in English
|Contributions||Noel Timms (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||376|
Social change in this instance is described as the adjustment in the basic structures of a social group or society (Giddens, ). According to Giddens () social change is an ever-present phenomenon in social life, but has become especially intense in the modern era due to efforts to restore “social balance”. Our social values have changed rapidly. Things that caused outrage a generation ago are now celebrated, such as homosexuality and same-sex marriage. But Britons now have a widespread sense of a decline in morals or values. Panics about moral decline are experienced in every generation and most of them are shown to be ill-founded in the long-run.
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