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Uneasy Street: The Anxieties of Affluence


CLASS INEQUALITIES AND IMAGINARIES IN THE UNITED STATESINVESTIGATING AFFLUENCETALKING (OR NOT) ABOUT MONEYTHE ANXIETIES OF AFFLUENCEVARIETIES OF EXPERIENCEA NOTE ON JUDGMENTORIENTATIONS TO OTHERSASPIRING TO THE MIDDLE OR RECOGNIZING PRIVILEGELOOKING UPWARD FROM THE "MIDDLE"FACING DOWNWARD, RECOGNIZING PRIVILEGEFLEXIBLE ORIENTATIONSWORKING HARD OR HARDLY WORKING?PRODUCTIVITY AND MORAL WORTHEARNING AS MORALLY WORTHY HARD WORKLUCK, HELP, AND STRUCTURAL ADVANTAGEAFFECTS OF INDEPENDENCE: ANXIETY AND PRUDENCEINHERITORS, GUILT, AND LIVING UP TO PRIVILEGESTAY-AT-HOME MOTHERS AND THE LABOR OF LIFESTYLEPAID LABOR AND SELF-SUFFICIENCYRETURNING TO PAID WORK?“A VERY EXPENSIVE ORDINARY LIFE”CONFLICTED CONSUMPTIONREASONABLE CONSUMPTION AND BASIC NEEDSLIMITS AND PRUDENCEMATERIALISM, OSTENTATION, AND DISPLAYDEFINING LEGITIMATE NEEDSSOCIAL OTHERS AND LUXURY CREEPTHE ORDINARY, DISCIPLINED SELF“GIVING BACK,” AWARENESS, AND IDENTITYAWARENESS AND APPRECIATIONRECIPROCITY, EQUALITY, AND EFFACEMENTGIVING MONEY AND TIMETraditional Public Philanthropy and VolunteerismAmbivalent IdentitiesMinimal GiversFuture Philanthropic IdentitiesPaying Taxes as Giving BackGIVING BACK OR GIVING UP?LABOR, SPENDING, AND ENTITLEMENT IN COUPLESCONFLICTS AND CONTRIBUTIONSDIVISIONS OF LABOR AND RECOGNITION IN SINGLE-EARNER FAMILIESRelationships of RecognitionFailures of RecognitionINHERITANCE AND ENTITLEMENTTIME OVER MONEY: DUAL EARNERSGENDER, CLASS, AND CONTRIBUTIONPARENTING PRIVILEGECONSTRAINT, EXPOSURE, AND ENTITLEMENTDISCIPLINING THE SELF: BEHAVIOR AND CONSUMPTIONSTRATEGIES OF EXPOSURE: LOCATING THE SELFConsumption and What Is "Normal”Environments and Social OthersSchool ChoicePaid and Unpaid Work for ChildrenTHE NOT-ENTITLED ENTITLED SELFCULTURAL LEGITIMATION AND INDIVIDUAL JUDGMENTWHAT IS TO BE DONE?
 
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