Movement in Modern America (Social Movements Past and Present). I find social movements fascinating, particularly those connected to religion, as they are particularly effective at motivating their adherents.
Creationist Movement in Modern America (Social Movements Past and Present). 0805797416 (ISBN13: 9780805797411). Be the first to ask a question about The Creationist Movement in Modern America. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. In fact, I find religion itself singularly fascinating (though I find some of the forms it takes in practice distinctly un A fascinating, well-documented, and refreshingly objective treatment of the creationist movement in the united states.
Book by Eve, Raymond . Harrold, Francis . A recognition both of the level of scientific ignorance of creationist supporters, the manipulations by them of their leaders, and the extent of their fears about modern society are imperative to correcting their confusion. At the least, better education about science and freedom seems essential, but it's tricky because finding their children well educated in science, including evolution, may be all the more alarming to adults who fear both science and those who support it.
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Francis B. Harrold, Raymond A. Eve. 1987. Article on the effects of powerlessness, fear of social change, and social integration on fear of crime among the elderly. The Creationist Movement in Modern America. Stephen Hart, Raymond A. Eve, Francis B. Harrold. UFOs and aliens, unexplained mysteries, religious cults, diffusion, creationism. Explaining Delinquent Behavior Among Adolescent Girls: Internal Social Control and Differential Association. Linda P. Rouse, Raymond A. 1991. Questionnaires were completed by ninety girls participating in a therapeutic wilderness program.
Eve, Raymond, and Francis B. Boston: Twayne Publishing, 1991. Nobelist William Phillips Addresses ASA99 at John Brown University. It is also a lucid exposition of the nature and methods of genuine science. The book begins with a concise introduction to evolutionary theory for non-scientists and closes with a rebuttal of the charge that this theory undermines religious and moral values.
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The Women's liberation movement in North America was part of the feminist movement in the late 1960s and through the 1980s
The Women's liberation movement in North America was part of the feminist movement in the late 1960s and through the 1980s.