Coming of Age in New Jersey



Coming Of Age Is About College As Students Really Know It And Often Love It To Write This Remarkable Account, Michael Moffatt Did What Anthropologists Usually Do In Distant Cultures He Lived Among The Natives His Findings Are Sometimes Disturbing, Potentially Controversial, But Somehow Very Believable Coming Of Age Is A Vivid Slice Of Life Of What Moffatt Saw And Heard In The Dorms Of A Typical State University, Rutgers, In The 1980s It Is Full Of Student Voices Naive And Worldy Wise, Vulgar And Polite, Cynical, Humorous, And Sometimes Even Idealistic But It Is Also About American Culture Generally Individualism, Friendship, Community, Bureaucracy, Diversity, Race, Sex, Gender, Intellect, Work, And Play As An Example Of An Ethnography Written About An Anthropologist S Own Culture, This Book Is An Uncommon One As A New And Revealing Perspective On The Much Studied American College Student, It Is Unique.Coming of Age in New Jersey

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  • Paperback
  • 376 pages
  • Coming of Age in New Jersey
  • Michael Moffatt
  • English
  • 09 June 2017
  • 0813513596

10 thoughts on “Coming of Age in New Jersey

  1. says:

    creepy old anthropologist living in the dorms and noting sex habits of college studentsgross, but entertaining

  2. says:

    2.5This book was average While I guess the concept an anthropological look at a public undergraduate school was interesting, it went into a low rent season of The Real World like the Secret Santa chapter , some sociology for race and gender, followed by waaaaaaaayyyy too much focus on sex most of it was passages from students talking about their own scenarios, both fictional and real to be considered educational, before swinging back to the anthropological part What worked well was a 3, 2.5This book was average While I guess the concept an anthropological look at a public undergraduate school was interesting, it went into a low rent season of The Real World like the Secret Santa chapter , some sociology for race and gender...

  3. says:

    Read for my sociology class, Youth Society.This is an anthropological examination of college culture at Rutgers University in the 1980s, relying heavily on students writing, conversations, and interviews conducted by the author Most of what Moffatt finds in his research still applies today, which makes it interesting but also obvious to the average American college student If anything, this is a text that all college professors should r...

  4. says:

    This was an interesting read,particularly because the author anthropologist was conducting the final leg of his research at Rutgers during my first year on campus I didn t know him, meet him nor know of his exis...

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