Of The People
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✏Heads of the People Book Summary :
✏An Enemy of the People Book Summary :
📒A Man Of The People ✍ Chinua Achebe
✏A Man of the People Book Summary : I en ny selvstændig afrikansk stat bekæmper en ung lærer landets korrupte og kvindeglade kulturminister for at få hævn over ham
📒Democracy As The Political Empowerment Of The People ✍ Majid Behrouzi
✏Democracy as the Political Empowerment of the People Book Summary : This book, along with its companion volume, Democracy as the Political Empowerment of the Citizen, relates the democratic potential of the latest electronic technologies to the idea of direct-participatory democracy. Taking a critical look at the past and present theories of democracy, this volume clarifies the original meaning of the idea of democracy and explains the distortions it has suffered throughout its long history.
📒The Power Of The People ✍ Sean M. Theriault
✏The Power of the People Book Summary :
📒The Representative Of The People ✍ Derek Hirst
✏The Representative of the People Book Summary : Dr Hirst examines politics from the point of view of the ordinary man before the Civil War.
📒The Blind Devotion Of The People ✍ Robert Whiting
✏The Blind Devotion of the People Book Summary : A major investigation of the English Reformation, based primarily on original research in the south-west.
✏A Man of the People Book Summary :
📒A Portion Of The People ✍ Jewish Historical Society of South Carolina
✏A Portion of the People Book Summary : A Portion of the People is an important addition to southern arts and letters."--BOOK JACKET.
✏The People of the Book Book Summary : Judaism has long derived its identity from its sacred books. The book or scrollârather than the image or idolâhas been emblematic of Jewish faith and tradition. The People of the Book presents a study of a group of Orthodox Jews, all of whom live in the modern world, engaged in the time-honored practice of lernen, the repeated review and ritualized study of the sacred texts. In preserving one of the activities of Jewish life, Samuel C. Heilman argues, these are the genuine "People of the Book." For two years, Heilman participated in and observed five study circles in New York and Jerusalem engaged in the avocation of lernen the Talmud, the great corpus of Jewish law, lore, and tradition. These groups, made up of men who felt the ritualized study of sacred texts to be not only a religious obligation but also an appealing way to spend their evenings, weekends, and holidays, assembled together under the guidance of a teacher to review the holy books of their people. Having become part of this world, the author is able to provide first-hand observation of the workings of the study circle. Heilman's study moves beyond the merely descriptive into an analysis of the nature and meaning of activity he observed. To explain the character and appeal of the study groups, he employs three concepts: drama, fellowship, and religion. Inherent to the life of the study circle are various sorts of drama: "social dramas" playing out social relationships, "cultural performances" reenacting the Jewish world view, and "interactional dramas" and "word plays" involving the intricacies of the recitation and translation process. This book will be of interest to anthropologists and those interested in the academic study of religion.