1 edition of Danish national study of leisure, 1964. found in the catalog.
Danish national study of leisure, 1964.
|Series||Data material ;, DDA-003|
|Contributions||Kühl, Poul Heinrich, 1913-, Dansk data arkiv.|
|LC Classifications||GV97 .D36 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2, 194, 51 p. :|
|Number of Pages||194|
|LC Control Number||85172732|
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A transcript of a collection of papers of the abbey between andconsisting mostly of letters, has been preserved in Det Kongelige Bibliotek as the "Codex Esromensis" (Danish: Esrum Klosters Brevbog). The Theory of the Leisure Class is definitely an interesting book and from first reading, one can see that the book contains a lot of truth.
Veblen’s main contribution is that people care a lot about status and thus their economic behaviours will reflect this/5(67). A study of 1, men between 42 and 60 found that hours of leisure time exercise each week reduces the risk of heart attack by 69%. A study of 1, men between age 35 and 63 reported that sedentary men are nearly three times more likely to die during .Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.Thorstein Veblen was once described by Fortune magazine as "America's most brilliant and influential critic of modern business and the values of a business civilization," and his wisdom and often dryly satiric wit continues to be obvious today.
In The Theory of the Leisure Class, first published inhe coined the phrase "conspicuous consumption" as a critique of the rampant and /5(9).