The Future of Religious Orders in the United States: Transformation and Commitment

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THE FUTURE OF RELIGIOUS ORDERS IN THE UNITED STATES

Transformation and Commitment

DAVID J. NYGREN
AND MIRIAM D. UKERITIS

Foreword by David C. McClelland

PRAEGER

Westport, Connecticut

London

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Figures and Tables vii
  • Foreword xi
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • INTRODUCTION AND PURPOSE xix
  • Chapter 1 Dynamics of Transformation 1
  • Chapter 2 Master Images and Dilemmas: the Visioning Groups 17
  • Note 36
  • Chapter 3 Leadership 37
  • Notes 98
  • Chapter 4 Attitude and Behavioral Measures of Membership - A NATIONAL SURVEY OF MEMBERS OF RELIGIOUS ORDERS 99
  • Notes 185
  • Chapter 5 Role Clarity Among Members of Religious Orders 187
  • Chapter 6 the Motivation of People Who Care 207
  • SUMMARY 220
  • Chapter 7 Bridging the Gap 225
  • CONCLUSIONS: SHAPING THE FUTURE OF RELIGIOUS LIFE 244
  • Summary 251
  • Appendix A - POPULATION STATISTICS, 1962-1992 253
  • Appendix B COMPONENTS AND ELEMENTS USED IN VISIONING GROUPS 255
  • Appendix C COMPETENCIES OF LEADERS OF RELIGIOUS ORDERS 261
  • Appendix D THE NATIONAL SURVEY 269
  • Appendix E RESPONSES TO THE NATIONAL SURVEY 291
  • Appendix F THE NATIONAL SURVEY: FACTORS AND ITEMS 295
  • Note 302
  • References 303
  • Index 309
  • About the Authors 315
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