An excallent book about resistance to everyday life's routines, based on a sociological reasearch in prison, which makes it even more accurate given that you have not much of an option to resist to everyday life's routine being locked up in a cell with very few privileges and certainly not much of a spare time. Plus, you are being forced to be taken orders, and certainly not giving any.
Stanley Cohen and Laurie Taylor have indeed written a brilliant book that needs no further introduction, and it is very much approachable and easily read. 'The Theory and Practice of Resistance to Everyday Life' is a must book for anyone who is deeply concerned of the loss of identity in post-modern society.
Thanks very much,