Reflections on the Hungry Cowboy
This chapter reflects on some of the implications of service interactions on our emotions, our relations, and our selves. It examines three patterns observed at the Hungry Cowboy: the feminization of social investment, the production of “home,” and gathering in public. It attempts to extrapolate the cultural, social, and affective consequences of each of these three patterns of behavior.
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