e-Book The American Way: Family and Community in the Shaping Of American Identity epub downloadAuthor: Allan Carlson
Pages: 223 pages
Publisher: Intercollegiate Studies Institute; 1 edition (November 1, 2003)
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e-Book The American Way: Family and Community in the Shaping Of American Identity epub download
by Allan Carlson
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The American Way, Allan Carlson's episodic history of the last century, shows how the nation's identity has been shaped by carefully constructed images of the American family and the American home.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -199) and index. Home and nation: the family politics of Theodore Roosevelt - Hyphenates, hausfraus, and baby-saving: the peculiar legacy of German America - "Sanctifying the traditional family": the New Deal and national solidarity - Luce, Life and the "New America" - Cold War and the "American style" - From maternalism to Reaganism, and beyond.
Third Ways: How Bulgarian Greens, Swedish Housewives, and Beer-Swilling Englishmen Created Family-Centered Economies – and Why They Disappeared, (ISI Books, 2007). The Natural Family: A Manifesto, (Spence Pub, 2007). Godly Seed: American Evangelicals Confront Birth Control, 1873-1973, (Transaction Publishers, 2012).
The elements such as identity and adhesion are highlighted from a disciplinary work point of view, as well as the use of theoretical knowledge in the Matemática Educativa field from Latin America. In this context, we refer to a school of thought of a specific community, a Latin American program inserted into the disciplinary world with an identity in which it constructs its own theoretical. knowledge under discussion with theories constructed by traditional scientific cultures.
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The United States of America is arguably more family-centered than any other Western nation. If polling data can be trusted, the vast majority of Americans-a higher percentage than in any other nation-would rather build society around the family and the church than around the individual.
From 1975-78, Carlson served as Assistant Director, Governmental Affairs Office, Lutheran Council in the . In 1977, he was a Visiting Scholar at the Labor.
James Schall of Georgetown University deems it the most countercultural book of the year. From 1975-78, Carlson served as Assistant Director, Governmental Affairs Office, Lutheran Council in the . Movement Archive in Stockholm and, in 1979, an NEH Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute (Washington, DC). Later that year, he became Assistant to the President and Lecturer in History at Gettysburg College (Pennsylvania).
The American Way, Allan Carlson’s episodic history of the last century, shows how the nation’s identity has been shaped by carefully constructed images of the American family and the American home.
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