Relating to Ancient Culture and the mysterious agent changing it

Relating to Ancient Culture and the mysterious agent changing it

by Gary W. Wietgrefe

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Overview

What causes cultural change? What will be some consequences of current societal practices? These and other subjects are explored by Gary Wietgrefe(pronounced wit’grif) in Relating to Ancient Culture and the mysterious agent changing it.
• Ancient life followed nature.A culture can only develop as its educated are gainfully employed.
• Early cultural awareness starts at home.At what age do parents give children responsibility? If it is at college graduation, they are two decades too late. Dependency is taught.
• Why were teenagers old enough to work eighthundred years ago, but not today?Based on the historical accomplishments of people whose lives were half the current lifespan, we wean later, learn slower, and are less mentally developed upon entering adulthood.
• Team approach is often preferred over individual initiative.
• Innovation has slowed since the 1960s as the adoption rate of technology has quickened.
• Fascination with technological gadgets has replaced intellectualpursuit.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780999224908
Publisher: GWW Books
Publication date: 01/12/2018
Pages: 320
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.50(d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments ix

Introduction xi

1 Cultural Shift 1

2 Ancient 11

3 Family Learning 17

4 Basic Training 27

5 Preschool 33

6 Spectator 45

7 Teams 57

8 Free Range 77

9 Freebies 99

10 Feed the Chickens 111

11 I'm a State 129

12 Change or Punt 141

13 Learning Race 153

14 Marbles 177

15 Servants 181

16 Wean or Whine 195

17 After Weaning 211

18 School-age Migration 227

19 Dog Trick 237

20 Radar 245

21 Don't Never Know 257

22 Sustainable Culture 273

Epilogue What may be-RIP 279

Bibliography 293

Index 299

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