ROUTINE ACTIVITIES FOR MEN
Age +40 (grandfathers)--Disabled (N = 3)
|Travel by truck to:|
|Hunt/be in woods|
|Talk "politics" with known political officials or kin|
|"Make deals" or "trade" or talk to businessmen about deals|
|Garden/outside projects around house|
|Hang around house/local stores or garage, talking|
|Visiting with other family members|
|Watch television/videos at home at night|
|Same as weekdays except more expansive family get-togethers and visits|
|"Help out" a male neighbor/kin in a project|
|Travel to some regional town or city for "tradin," medical care, or to con|
|firm a "business" deal|
|Attendance at local public or school meetings having political implica|
|tions (for example, water meeting, road meeting)|
|Attendance/participation at marriages/funerals|
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Book title: Seldom Ask, Never Tell:Labor and Discourse in Appalachia.
Contributors: Anita Puckett - Author.
Publisher: Oxford US.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 2000.
Page number: 221.
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