Walden Two - Study Guide Chapters 17-20 Summary & Analysis

B. F. Skinner
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Frazier says that the family is weakening in the modern world, and the Walden Two community takes on traditional roles of the family. He does not know where this trend will lead. They've found, though experiment, that marriages work better when spouses have separate rooms. Walden Two encourages friendships between the sexes, and therefore there is little adultery. Children are less dependent on their parents, and people give time and attention to groups of children instead of just their own. Children identify with someone they relate to, instead of a parent. Women are freed from the necessity to be a housewife.

The visitors think that they'll be able to finish their window washing the next day, so they get different work assignments for the day. Rogers, Steve, and Burris stack wood behind the theater. Rogers and Steve are both impressed with Walden Two. In Rogers'...

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