The Great Good Place (Third Places) by Ray Oldenburg. The Foundation ( chapter one). • "Americans are not a contended people" (p. 3). • "Americans have . The Great Good Place: Cafes, Coffee Shops, Bookstores, Bars, Hair Salons, and Other Hangouts at the Heart of a Community [Ray Oldenburg] on Oldenburg, Ray. The great good place: cafes, coffee shops, bookstores, bars, hair salons, and other hangouts at the heart of a community / by Ray Oldenburg.

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Perspectives Third Places. In contrast to first places home and second places work , third places allow people to put aside their concerns and simply enjoy the company and conversation around them. Third places "host the regular, voluntary, informal, and happily anticipated gatherings of individuals beyond the realms of home and work. Quotable "In the absence of informal public life, living becomes more expensive.

Where the means and facilities for relaxation and leisure are not publicly shared, they become the objects of private ownership and consumption. Third places are nothing more than informal public gathering places. The phrase 'third places' derives from considering our homes to be the 'first' places in our lives, and our work places the 'second.

As an aside, this does happen in U. This sterilization is blamed on two factors: failure to consult those who might use the facilities and imitation of the same basic designs p.

This is why citizens of the U. Remember, of course, that Oldenburg is a sociologist. The gap results from conflicts, tensions, antagonisms, or barriers that tend to keep potential partners apart.

The principle is a simple one: no gaps, no sparks.I longed for a greater attention to detail and a look at unexpected venues that might be working as Third Plades. In the absence of an informal public life, Americans are denied those That may be true enough within a strictly commercial world and for means of relieving stress that serve other cultures so effectively. Additional reading that might be helpful: David B.

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