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The hygge culture that is Denmark

Jeppe Trolle Linnet, an anthropologist at the University of Southern Denmark, argues that hygge is not the great social leveller it appears. Danes dislike acknowledging class differences, but his research finds that the habits of hygge vary by income and social status. For some, hygge is a bottle of burgundy with soft jazz on the […] The post The hygge culture that is Denmark appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
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