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Life course and generational politics

Life course and generational politics

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Published by University Press of America in Lanham .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Political sociology.,
  • Generations -- Political aspects.,
  • Intergenerational relations -- Political aspects.,
  • Life cycle, Human -- Political aspects.,
  • Life change events.,
  • Social change.,
  • Politicians -- Biography.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesJPMS.
    Statementedited by Richard G. Braungart and Margaret M. Braungart.
    ContributionsBraungart, Richard G., 1935-, Braungart, Margaret M.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJA76 .L48 1993
    The Physical Object
    Pagination211 p. ;
    Number of Pages211
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1718498M
    ISBN 100819190063
    LC Control Number92021177

    The idea bequeathed by those three generations form the core of the political heritage of all subsequent generations of Americans. Examining years of Anglo-American history, The Fourth Turning reveals a distinct historical pattern: modern history moves in cycles, each one lasting approximately the length of a long human life about yearsand each composed of four eras, or "turnings. Perhaps the best known is that of Arthur Schlesinger, Sr. A practical research guide. A few people begin to exercise influence earlier and some very exceptional people remain political leaders longer, but rare indeed is a political career that exceeds forty years of meaningful influence past one's apprenticeship. These were all to become principal issues during the period of generational build-up.

    An interdisciplinary orientation was promoted by my research and publishing activities with my wife Margaret, who is a psychologist. Crucial points in the passage of time can also be seen to be marked off in some way. A practical research guide. The family is perceived as a micro social Life course and generational politics book within a macro social context—a "collection of individuals with shared history who interact within ever-changing social contexts across ever increasing time and space" Bengtson and Allenp. Indeed it is both possible and usual for a party to suffer losses on the national plane for a limited time without forfeiting its majority status as long as its losses are aberrations that do not dissolve the coalition. While the shape of the challenges is primarily determined by external -- or environmental -- forces, the mode of handling those challenges is primarily determined internally, by the members of the generation themselves.

    The character of the political challenges that have dominated the American scene has changed from century to century. New York: Plenum Publishing Corp. These new techniques and the systemic adaptations which they have entailed have been major elements in the concrete response to the generation's challenges. Thomas Jefferson noted this phenomenon and built a constitutional theory around it The question Whether one generation of men has a right to bind another Of course it is by no means certain that the majority party will even win all the national elections during its ascendency. It ushered in a period of split ticket voting that has kept Republicans in the White House for all but four years sincebut left the Democrats in full control of Congress except for when the GOP controlled the Senate.


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For an overview of my approach to comparative political sociology, see my list of select publications below. At the same time, each new frontier has brought changes in economic activities, new settlement patterns, different human requirements, political changes, and its own social problems that grow out of the collision of old patterns and new demands as much as they are generated by the new demands themselves.

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In fact, the response itself builds up in a diffused way in various public quarters, particularly in the states and localities.

The idea bequeathed by those three generations form the core of the political heritage of all subsequent generations of Americans. The Generational Recurrence of Critical Elections A major element in the movement from challenge to response is the sequence of critical elections that has preceded every major period of national response since the adoption of the Constitution.

It began at the appropriate point but was cut short by a series of decisions of an extremely unsympathetic U. Richard M. I took full advantage of seeking out enlightened and demanding professors during my training, reading the classics in the field as well as remaining current through journal reading and scholarly exchanges, and honing my skills through numerous research projects.Life Course and Generational Dynamics.

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