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by Kim Ezra Shienbaum. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780870736902. Release Date:April 1988.
She is the author of Lying: Moral Choice in Private and Public Life; Secrets: On the Ethics of. .On the subject of lying, this book is the best of the lot. The author tackles the hard questions like, what is lying, while many of the more erudite academic authors skirt that detail.
She is the author of Lying: Moral Choice in Private and Public Life; Secrets: On the Ethics of Concealment and Revelation; A Strategy for Peace: Human Values and the Threat of War; Alva Myrdal: A Daughter’s Memoir; Mayhem: Violence as Public Entertainment; Common Values; and Exploring Happiness: From Aristotle to Brain Science. This book originally appeared in the 1970's before the tendency to morph moral issues into scientific incarnations was intellectually acceptable.
Kim Ezra Shienbaum spent most of her childhood in London, England obtaining a . from the University of Leeds, a Masters from the London School of Economics . Storm Brewing on the Farm by Kim Ezra Shienbaum. Storm Brewing on the Farm. from the University of Leeds, a Masters from the London School of Economics and a P. from New York University.
Legislating Morality. Private Choices on the Public Agenda. by Kim Ezra Shienbaum. Published February 1988 by Schenkman Books In.
Challenging conventional wisdom, Shienbaum argues that the . federal government, not the private sector, created the dynamic New Economy. Declining economic competitiveness and relative global underperformance during the 1970s and early 1980s threatened America's post-war global leadership position, a role Washington was loath to relinquish, especially during the Cold War.
Agenda-setting theory describes the "ability (of the news media) to influence the importance placed on the topics of the public agenda". Agenda-setting theory was formally developed by Max McCombs and Donald Shaw in a study on the 1968 American presidential election. Agenda setting is a social science theory; it also attempts to make predictions.
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