Fundamentalisms and Society: Reclaiming the Sciences, the Family, and Education

Martin Emil Marty and Robert Scott Appleby
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Fundamentalisms and Society: Reclaiming the Sciences, the Family, and Education (vol. 2 of series) Book Cover Fundamentalisms and Society

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Martin E. Marty and R. Scott Appleby
(Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1993)
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Table of Contents

Introduction: A Sacred Cosmos, Scandalous Code, Defiant Society
Martin E. Many and R. Scott Appleby

Part 1: Worldviews, Science, and Technology

Religious Fundamentalism and the Sciences
Everett Mendelsohn

The Creationist Cosmos of Protestant Fundamentalism
James Moore

The Worldview of Sunni Arab Fundamentalists:
Attitudes toward Modern Science and Technology
Bassam Tibi

Islam and Modernity: The Reconstruction of an
Alternative Shi'ite Islamic Worldview in Iran
Farhang Rajaee

Part 2: Family and Interpersonal Relationships

The Impact of Fundamentalisms on Women,
the Family, and Interpersonal Relations
Helen Hardacre

Reshaping Personal Relations in Egypt
Andrea B. Rugh

Obedience versus Autonomy: Women and Fundamentalism in Iran and Pakistan
Shabla Haeri

Building "Fundamentalism" from the Family in Latin America
Jorge E. Malknadv

Plural Marriage and Mormon Fundamentalism
D. Michael Quinn

The New Religions, Family, and Society in Japan
Helen Hardacre

Part 3 Education and Media

Fundamentalist Impact on Education and the Media: An Overview
Majid Yebranian

Islamic Fundamentalism in Iran and the Discourse of Development
Majid Tebranian

Jewish Fundamentalism in Israeli Education
Michael Rosenak

The Evangelical Awakening in Guatemala: Fundamentalist Impact on Education and Media
Susan Rose and Quenttn Schultze

Christian Fundamentalism and Education in the United States
Susan Rose

The Two Faces of Fundamentalist Higher Education
Quentin Schultze

Hindu Revivalism and Education in Northcentral India
Krisbna Kumar

Fundamentalism and the World of the 1990s
William H. McNeill