A clear-eyed ethnography of a New York City group home, Making Life Work shows how the group home needs the knowledgeable and voluntary participation of residents and counselors alike. Jack Levinson reveals that rather than being seen as the antithesis of freedom, the group home must be understood as representing the fundamental dilemmas between authority and the individual in contemporary liberal societies.
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