Building on his previous work in The Dynamic Society and The Ephemeral Civilization, Graeme Donald Snooks lays bare the forces driving human society from its earliest beginnings to its present stage of evolution and examines why previous attempts to discern these laws have failed.
Reviews -- Arts of Power: Three Halls of State in Italy, 1300-1600 (the New Historicism: Studies in Cultural Poetics, XIX) by Randolph Starn and Loren Partridge Rosand, David.
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The Great Emergence: Every 500 Years or So, the Church-And the World-Experience Huge Social, Political, Economic, and Cultural Shifts. What Does This Revolutionary Evolution Mean for the Church? Tickle, Phyllis.
Sojourners Magazine, Vol. 37, No. 8, August 2008
A New Side to CSR: Latin American Consumers Are Demanding an Evolution-From Corporate Social Responsibility to Socially Responsible Corporations Negron, Italo Pizzolante.
Communication World, Vol. 27, No. 3, May-June 2010