Allan C. Carlson

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Allan C. Carlson

Allan C. Carlson ist ein us-amerikanischer evangelikaler[1] Aktivist.

Allan C. Carlson bedient u.a. die antifeministischen Narrative 'Totalitarismus' und 'Traditionelle Familie' in verschiedenen Diskursthemen, wie Bevölkerung, Familie und Geschlecht.

Antifeministische Narrative bei Allan C. Carlson

Äußerungen von Allan C. Carlson in antifeministischen Narrativen

  • 16.06.2004: In seinem Beitrag „Standing for Liberty: Marriage, Virtue, and the Political State“ vertrat Allan C. Carlson u.a. die Auffassung:
„All these stories, from the terrible and violent campaigns against marriage mounted by the Nazis and the Communists to the quiet assault on marriage launched by Sweden’s 'Red' Social Democrats, reveal a common truth.  The first target of any totalitarian regime is marriage. [...] As Chesterton had predicted, the natural family—“the one anarchist institution”—survived, and even triumphed over totalitarian Communism, one of its great 20th Century foes.  Oddly enough, the family’s greater challenge may be the 'soft' totalitarianisms of the early 21st Century, now packaged around a militant secular individualism, but still seeking to build a marriage-free, post-family order.“[2]
(siehe auch Narrative: Dritter Totalitarismus, Traditionelle Familie)

Aktivitäten

Allan C. Carlson war zwischen 1986 und 1997 Präsident des Rockford Instituts.[3]

Allan C. Carlson ist emeretierter Präsident des Howard Center for Family, Religion and Society[4] und er ist Herausgeber der Zeitschrift The Family in America[5].

Allan C. Carlson gründete das familistische Netzwerk World Congress of Families[6][7].

Literatur von Allan C. Carlson

Im Folgenden einige Schriften von Allan C. Carlson mit familistischem Hintergrund:

  • Family Questions: Reflections on the American Social Crisis. Transaction Press, Somerset 1988
  • The Swedish Experiment in Family Politics: The Myrdals and the Interwar Population Crisis. Transaction Press, Somerset 1990
  • From Cottage to Work Station: The Family’s Search for Social Harmony in the Industrial Age. Ignatius Press, San Francisco 1993
  • The New Agrarian Mind: The Movement Toward Decentralist Thought in 20th Century America, Transaction Press, Somerset 2000
  • The American Way: Family and Community in the Shaping of the American Identity. ISI Books, Wilmington 2003
  • Third Ways: How Bulgarian Greens, Swedish Housewives, and Beer-Swilling Englishmen Created Family-Centered Economies—and Why They Disappeared. ISI Books, Wilmington 2007

Einzelnachweise

  1. Crisis-Magzine: Allan Carlson
  2. [ Carlson, A. (2004) ‘Standing for Liberty: Marriage, Virtue and the Political State,’ a family policy lecture to the Family Research Council, Washington DC, June 16, 2004. The Howard Center]
  3. Internetpräsenz des The Howard Center for Family, Religion, and Society: Allan C. Carlson [1]
  4. Howard Center: Team
  5. The Family in America: About us
  6. Internetpräsenz des The Howard Center for Family, Religion, and Society: Prague 1997: Background [2]
  7. World Congress of Families Channel: Early History of World Congress of Families (1995-2013)