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According to 250 life-story interviews in seven ecu Union international locations, Biography and social exclusion in Europe:analyses own struggles opposed to social exclusion to light up neighborhood milieus and altering welfare regimes and contexts;points to tough new agendas for eu politics and welfare, past the rhetoric of communitarianism and the hot Deal;vividly illustrates the lived event and environmental complexity operating for and opposed to structural procedures of social exclusion;refashions the interpretive culture as a instructing and learn instrument linking macro and micro realities.
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Finding a normative justification for it, he transformed it once again into an act of higher value: “I didn’t feel like abandoning it. For me finishing something you don’t like is important”. The effect of this sophisticated manoeuvre, and the price he has paid for it, has been even deeper confusion about who he really is and what he really wants. On the other hand, he has achieved a reconciliation of intellectual opposites. What he experiences, however, is different. He has ‘condemned’ himself to a future that does not hold any promise for him, and one that he is not really looking forward to.
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