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By Marie Jahoda

"One of the most theses of the Marienthal research was once that lengthy unemployment results in a nation of apathy within which the sufferers don't make the most of to any extent further even the few possibilities left to them. The vicious cycle among decreased possibilities and decreased point of aspiration has remained the focal point of all next discussions." So commence the hole comments to the English-language version of what has develop into an immense vintage within the literature of social stratification.

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