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The Happiness Agenda: A Modern Obsession

by Simon Burnett

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0230289568, Hardcover)

Explores why contemporary Anglo-American society is obsessed with happiness. Striving to be happy is now a morally imperative pursuit. Through the lens of novel social theory, this book explicates how this has transpired as consequence of a complex "conspiracy of coordination" between political, organizational and psychological developments.

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Explores why contemporary Anglo-American society is obsessed with happiness. Striving to be happy is now a morally imperative pursuit. Through the lens of novel social theory, this book explicates how this has transpired as consequence of a complex 'conspiracy of coordination' between political, organisational and psychological developments.… (more)

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