I’m drinking my morning cup of coffee before I get down to reading. I’ve been studying how the physical environment impacts deviance. Recently the research has turned to anthropology. Right now I’m reading “Pul Eliya” by Edmund Leach. It’s an almost ridiculously detailed account of a single village in 1950s Sri Lanka where limited water resources had a major impact on social relationships.
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