Dalton Conley

Chairman of the Sociology Department, New York University

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Chairman of the Sociology Department at New York University and author of Elsewhere, USA: How We Got from the Company Man, Family Dinners and the Affluent Society to the Home Office, BlackBerry Moms and Economic Anxiety

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