Cultural Creative is a term coined by Ray and Anderson to describe people whose values embrace a curiosity and concern for the world, its ecosystem, and its peoples; an awareness of and activism for peace and social justice; and an openness to self-actualization through spirituality, psychotherapy, and holistic practices. Cultural Creatives do not just take the money and run; they don't want to defund the National Endowment for the Arts; and they do want women to get a fairer shake--not only in the United States, but around the globe.
On the basis of Ray and Anderson's research, about 50 million Americans are Cultural Creatives, a group that includes people of all races, ages, and classes. This subculture could have enormous social and political clout, the authors argue, if only it had any consciousness of itself as a cohesive unit, a society of fellow travelers. The husband and wife team wrote the book "to hold up a mirror" to the members of this vast but diffuse group, to show them they are not alone and that they can reshape society to make it more authentic, compassionate, and engaged. It is an idealistic call for a new agenda for a new millennium. --I. Crane --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Read this book to see how our world is changing and what is being done and can be done to sustain the planet and life on it.
Traditionals are appealed to by affluent elements of both business and social conservatives, although many traditionals are not pro-business or anti-environment.
It contributes to the worlds of values, culture and social transformation and it is good news to Cultural Creatives because it is validating and affirming.
I learned of this book after reading about it in a magazine about chiropractors. I knew I would enjoy learning more. It's so worth the read!Published 2 months ago by AZActiveKids.com
Cultural Creatives speaks to the soul of the transformation we are collectively experiencing. I love the insights into the lifestyle and search for meaning that cultural creatives... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Lisa Michaels
I really liked this book at first than could not finish it. I have gone back to it many times and just cant get back into it. Read morePublished 13 months ago by danny strong
This is great book and very informative. Bought this for a friend because I didn't want to lend mine out. Very fast shipping and good quality. Thank you very much!Published 19 months ago by Lorraine Voss
Culteral Creatives are those who care deeply about humanity and are committed to saving the planet and pursuing social justice through self-actualization and/or spiritual wisdom. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Socratic Parent
Like other reviewers I was disappointed by this book. It has none of the rigor of scientific research, nor does it really talk about creatives. Read morePublished on August 30, 2012 by Laura Rodriguez
Sorry - this is not a review but a question. Is there a plan to make this book available in e version (Kindle; IBook?)? Please? Thank you!
I plowed through all 350 pages. Only the first 95 plus Appendix A are needed to fully grasp the topic. Read morePublished on February 9, 2010 by Mark LaPointe
A very difficult read. In the first half of the book the married Ph.D.'s intermix dry academic statistics with emotional romantic stories, coming off somewhat like a psychological... Read morePublished on May 31, 2009 by J. Meisenbacher