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Changing Society

A Social and Spiritual Vision for the Year 2020 and Beyond

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Changing Society by Robert L. Menz
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Changing Society: A Social and Spiritual Vision for the Year 2020 and Beyond addresses the five traditional social institutions (marriage and family, religion, education, politics, and economics) as well as other important social institutions (health care, race, ethnicity, and technology). The editor and contributors provide keen social insights as they consider the current dynamics as well as the historical and future issues of each of these social institutions. This book is unique in that each of the writers approaches their topic from vast professional expertise and from great spiritual awareness (that is, such things as values, essence, meaning, and purpose). With the intention of focus and clarity and by projecting into the year 2020, one can appreciate how Vision 2020 as part of the book's title captures a double entendre.

Author Biography

Robert L. Menz, D.Min., is the author of two other books and is adjunct faculty at Edison Community College in Piqua, Ohio. He is also the employee counselor and corporate employee assistance director for Emerson Climate Technologies and director of the Shelby County Chaplaincy Board in Sidney, Ohio.
Release date Australia
May 16th, 2009
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
University Press of America
Pages
222
Dimensions
154x234x16
ISBN-13
9780761845768
Product ID
3041322

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