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Social justice handbook: small steps for a better world 1 edition

Social justice handbook
Mae Elise Cannon

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Social justice handbook
small steps for a better world
Mae Elise Cannon.

Published 2009 by IVP Books in Downers Grove, Ill .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Foundations of justice
God's heart for justice
Social justice : defining the issue
A history of Christian social justice in the Americas
Moving from apathy to advocacy
Solutions to injustice
Social justice issues
Abortion
AIDS
AIDS' Africa
AIDS' orphans
AIDS' poverty
AIDS' prevention
AIDS' social impact
AIDS' transmission
AIDS' women
Assisted reproductive technologies
Bioethics
Capital punishment
Capitalism
Children
Child soldiers
Class systems
Cloning
Consumerism
Disaster relief
Domestic abuse and violence
Drugs and addiction
Education, domestic
Education, global
Environmental justice
Euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide
Family
Female genital mutilation
Genocide
Genocide, Darfur, Sudan
Genocide, Rwanda
Global economy
Globalization
Health care, domestic
Health care, domestic children : state children's health insurance programs
Health care, global
Homelessness
Housing
Human rights
Hunger
Immigration
Incarceration
Malaria
Microfinance
Multiethnic churches and communities
Physical disabilities
Politics
Poverty, biblical perspectives
Poverty causes
Poverty cycles
Poverty domestic
Poverty, global
Poverty statistics
Prostitution
Race definition
Race, poverty
Race, incarceration
Racial reconciliation
Racism
Racism, fear
Racism, individual
Racism. institutional
Refugees
Religious persecution
Sex trafficking
Sexism
Sexuality
Slavery
Stem cell research
Tuberculosis
Urban decay
Water
White privilege
Women
Women, aging
Women, body image
Women, childbearing and family care
Women, international leadership
Women, poverty in the developing world
Women, serving in the church
Women, work, and job opportunities
Work, job training
Work, living wage initiatives
Work, the working poor.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
261.8
Library of Congress
BT738 .C345 2009

The Physical Object

Pagination
p. cm.

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL23397455M
ISBN 13
9780830837151
LC Control Number
2009021602
OCLC/WorldCat
313654463
Goodreads
6722810

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