Civilizing

Some articles on civilizing:

Taiwanese Aborigines - History of The Aboriginal Peoples
... Each of these successive "civilizing" cultural centers participated in violent conflict and peaceful economic interaction with both the Plains and Mountain tribal groups ... there were many differences in the individual and regional impact of the colonizers and their "civilizing projects" ... regimes in the form of administrative reports and gazettes as part of greater "civilizing" projects ...
The Civilizing Process - English Editions
... The Civilizing Process, Vol.I ... The History of Manners, Oxford Blackwell, 1969 The Civilizing Process, Vol.II ... The Civilizing Process ...
Norbert Elias - Selected Bibliography - Books
... (Published in English as The Civilizing Process, Vol.I ... The History of Manners, Oxford Blackwell, 1969, and The Civilizing Process, Vol.II ... Sport and Leisure in the Civilizing Process ...
Movement Of The Word Of God - Charism
4- Civilizing Being a thoroughly evangelizing charism, it is also a civilizing charism that seeks to build up Salvation communities, so as to give origin to civilizing offshoots of a New World, thus serving the needs ...
The Civilizing Process
... The Civilizing Process is a book written by German sociologist Norbert Elias ... The Civilizing Process is today regarded as the founding work of Figurational Sociology ...

Famous quotes containing the word civilizing:

    It is even more grim and wild than you had anticipated, a damp and intricate wilderness, in the spring everywhere wet and miry. The aspect of the country, indeed, is universally stern and savage, excepting the distant views of the forest from hills, and the lake prospects, which are mild and civilizing in a degree.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Art moves. Hence its civilizing power.
    Victor Hugo (1802–1885)

    The socialism of our day has done good service in setting men to thinking how certain civilizing benefits, now only enjoyed by the opulent, can be enjoyed by all.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)