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www.laurelzuckerman.com

You quote historian Warren Susman in the introduction.


mg3c.com

The 'Culture of Personality' that Krause refers to was posited by the historian Warren Susman as a development resulting from the 20th century decline in natural communities in favour of larger cities and organisations where it was hard to know people well.
In prior times, when small farming communities were more prevalent and people had real connections within and to those communities, Susman identified a 'Culture of Character'.


www.dailycal.org

The world we live in today has become the "culture of personality," as stated by historian Warren Susman.


www.wpcdurham.org

We shifted from what cultural historian Warren Susman called a Culture of Character to a Culture of Personality.
"The social role demanded of all in the Culture of Personality was that of a performer," Susman wrote.


www.academicleaders.org

It is theorized that this model for behavior became the epitome at the beginning of the 20th century, when America shifted from being what cultural historian Warren Susman called a Culture of Character to a Culture of Personality (Cain 21).


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