Theory of Reform Movement Competing Theories of Communitarianisme.g.Rational Choice Theory, Social Networking Theory, Responsive Communitarianism, and Utopian Socialism
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Introductory Overview Essay
Historical Development of Reform Movement The Religious Pietists, e.g. Moravians, Amish, and EnglishSeparatists Later Religious Comunitarianism, e.g.Shakers, Mormons, and Millenarian Sects Industrial Experimentation Spiritualist Experimentation Life Style Experimentation 1960s Revival of Communes on Countercultural Principles Eco-communitarian Projects
Key Moments Ann Lee and Shakers Found Communal Groups (1774) Robert Owen Establishes New Harmony (1825)
Intersection with Other Reform Movements Communitarianism and Environmentalism, and Public Education
Future of Communitarian Movement Development of Environmentally Sustainable Intentional Communities
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