David Byrne and the Curse of "Lifestyle"

Jacobs, Alan
January 1991
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Jan1991, Issue 9, p8
Focuses on the different uses of the linguistic word lifestyle. Speculated origin of the word; Definition of lifestyle according to the "Oxford English Dictionary," which cited the only technical and specialized usage of the word attributed to Austrian psychiatrist Alfred Adler; Factors that influenced people to use a certain vocabulary.


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