The Averaged American

The Averaged American

Surveys, Citizens, and the Making of A Mass Public

Book - 2007
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Sarah Igo tells how opinion polls, man-in-the-street interviews, sex surveys, community studies, and consumer research transformed the United States public. She demonstrates the power of scientific surveys to shape Americans' sense of themselves as individuals, members of communities and citizens of a nation.
Publisher: Cambridge, Massachusetts. : Harvard University Press, 2007.
ISBN: 9780674023215
Branch Call Number: 301.072073
Characteristics: 398 p. : ill., map ; 22 cm.


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