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Theory and Challenges of the Humanization of Social Life
     

Theory and Challenges of the Humanization of Social Life

by Christopher J. Wheatley
 
According to this collection, in the first half of the twentieth century society focused on social unification resulting in suppression, but later began a complex process of realizing the dignity and worth of the individual. Contributors examine the theoretical contexts of this fundamental social change and the challenges inherent in it. Topics include individual

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According to this collection, in the first half of the twentieth century society focused on social unification resulting in suppression, but later began a complex process of realizing the dignity and worth of the individual. Contributors examine the theoretical contexts of this fundamental social change and the challenges inherent in it. Topics include individual creativity, the concept of community, rhetoric, scientism and free choice, gender in transactional analysis, and the role of women in humanization of social life. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781565182004
Publisher:
Council for Research in Values & Philosophy
Publication date:
02/28/2004
Series:
Cultural Heritage and Contemporary Chang

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