The “baby boomers”, as they are popularly called, have been held responsible for everything from the rise and fall of the baby food industry a massive expansion in education facilities, the rise of certain forms of popular music and now, as they enter middle age, the growing conservatism of the societies they have come to dominate. One of the demographic sequels of World War II for Western industrial societies has been the creation of this cohort which due to its size and concentration has come to influence many features of these societies. What has been their impact on Australia’s mainstream religious institutions?.
|Title of host publication||The Post-War Generation and Establishment Religion|
|Subtitle of host publication||Cross-Cultural Perspectives|
|Editors||Wade Clark Roof, Jackson W. Carroll, David A. Roozen|
|Publisher||Taylor & Francis|
|Number of pages||32|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|