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The Social Organization Of Mental Illness

Author : Lindsay Prior
ISBN : 1446236587
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This thought-provoking book examines the organization of medical and social services for people with serious psychiatric disorders. It focuses on the current transition from hospital-centred to community-centred services. The first part of the book concentrates on the changes which have occurred in the theory and practice of key groups of professionals, including psychiatrists, nurses, social workers, occupational therapists and psychologists. The second part describes how those changes have directly impinged on the everyday lives of people affected by psychiatric disorders. Prior demonstrates how sociological insights can be gained from an examination of the multiple ways in which disorders have been represented in and through the work of diverse groups of psychiatric professionals.

Racialized Schools

Author : Jesse A. Brinson
ISBN : 9781135849467
Genre : Psychology
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While racism continues to be a persistent and pervasive issue in our schools nationwide, the professionals charged with creating safe and nurturing educational environments have few resources available to address racism directly. Racialized Schools is on the leading edge of books that do just that and includes the latest research and praxis to help school personnel confront racism in a professional manner. A national qualitative survey of students, school counselors, teachers, and administrators sets the stage by providing readers with a 360-degree picture of today's schools and the many ways racism creeps into the lives of our students. The authors present a number of different models and perspectives on understanding and addressing racism, beginning with their own personal and professional experiences. Significant attention is also given to empowering school personnel and students to become racially aware, sensitive, and competent to address racism and racial conflicts in schools. Racialized Schools is not only a comprehensive look at racism within our schools; it is also a practical tool for use by teachers, school counselors, administrators, etc., for implementing preventative measures to combat racism directly.
Category: Psychology

Serving Productive Time

Author : Tom Lagana
ISBN : 9780757307829
Genre : Self-Help
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One out of every 32 people in America are either in jail, on probation, or have been in jail at some point in their lives. Serving Productive Time is a collection of stories by inmates, prison staff, and volunteers that bring hope, healing, and inspiration to make prison life as productive as possible
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Digital Contagions

Author : Jussi Parikka
ISBN : 0820488372
Genre : Computers
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Digital Contagions is the first book to offer a comprehensive and critical analysis of the culture and history of the computer virus phenomenon. The book maps the anomalies of network culture from the angles of security concerns, the biopolitics of digital systems, and the aspirations for artificial life in software. The genealogy of network culture is approached from the standpoint of accidents that are endemic to the digital media ecology. Viruses, worms, and other software objects are not, then, seen merely from the perspective of anti-virus research or practical security concerns, but as cultural and historical expressions that traverse a non-linear field from fiction to technical media, from net art to politics of software. Jussi Parikka mobilizes an extensive array of source materials and intertwines them with an inventive new materialist cultural analysis. Digital Contagions draws from the cultural theories of Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari, Friedrich Kittler, and Paul Virilio, among others, and offers novel insights into historical media analysis."
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Treasures New And Old

Author : Jean Shafferman
ISBN : 0882848410
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A delightful collection of 20 folk tunes from around the world arranged for unison and beginning 2-part voices with Christian lyrics for the entire year. Book includes classroom activities, scriptures, and 20 reproducible sheets with lyrics, puzzles, mazes and art projects. Fully orchestrated recordings are also available. Great for concerts, worship or classroom "funtime!"
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Decolonization In Germany

Author : Jared Poley
ISBN : 3039113305
Genre : History
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This work examines what the loss of the colonies meant to Germans, and it analyzes how colonist categories took on new meanings in Germany's post-colonial period. Poley explores a varied collection of materials that ranges from the stories of popular writer Hanns Heinz Ewers to the novels, essays, speeches, pamphlets, posters, and archival materials of nationalist groups in the occupied Rhineland to show how decolonization affected Germans.
Category: History

Blackwater Quartet

Author : Estill Pollock
ISBN : 0954837665
Genre : Poetry
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It's near impossible to summarise Blackwater Quartet. Pollock's formal ability as a writer is so assured that it's easy to forget how impressive his control is. I can't think of any recent poetry I've read with a better use of rhyme and meter than his "Prologue": it is superbly readable, with a panoramic sweep over deserts and Essex squaddie towns, 'civilisation' returning to the sands, with the irreconcilable clash between our valueless market-driven society and its ability to suffer and inflict biblical savagery. There's something humbling and admirable in the existence of this massive collection. In terms of scope and ambition, it must be amongst the most impressive poetry I've encountered recently. - Paul Sutton, for The Journal (UK) Estill Pollock's poetry is a profoundly moving journey of exploration, from the landscapes of the present and the recently remembered past, to the cataclysmic happenings of the past centuries as they have affected him and his forebears. The mood ranges from melancholy to ecstatic, and carries us along with him as he surveys those people and events which have brought him to this point. This is mid-life crisis resolved in stately iambic hexameters and subtle rhyming patterns. The resulting book is remarkable, presenting a tension between the orderly shapeliness of the poems and the chaotic content of his own life, brought to heel by the power of language. Through the elegance of his language and the slightly formal style he has chosen to write in, he becomes not the subject of the book, but the guide to a long and complicated journey, which at some time in our lives we all essay. His long narrative lines, reminiscent of Browning with echoes of that otherex-patriot American poet T. S. Eliot in his erudition and competency with form, place him firmly in the great body of English poetry. ...[This] is a fine example of the poet's craft. - B. Ellis, for Tears in the Fence (UK) A wonderful reminder of the power poetry can muster.... - T. Allen, for Terrible Work (UK)
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The Law Of Abundance

Author : Buffington S. D. Buffington
ISBN : 0970892608
Genre : Self-Help
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The Law of Abundance is a precise science that brings great clarity and predictability to every outcome; a philosophy that broadens insights and expands influence; a spirituality that can insulate you from failure; a journey that can take you anywhere you want to go; a vision that can bring you great fortune; a process for real transformation; a key to unlocking life's mysteries; a gift to all humanity. This book will change the way you look at everything. It presents a completely new paradigm that goes far beyond any previous attempt at explaining how and why life unfolds as it does. Here you will learn exactly how the most successful people throughout history have used the Law of Abundance to create the world we live in, to earn vast amounts of money, gain tremendous respect and personal power, maintain exceptional relationships, find deep joy and contentment, and accomplish every great thing. The Law of Abundance is based on scientifically proven principles that never change and never fail. So, if you believe you have tried everything and are still not experiencing wealth, health, happiness, achievement, great relationships and every other thing you desire, understanding and applying the Law of Abundance can completely and profoundly change your life - guaranteed.
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Meeting The Challenge Of Linguistic And Cultural Diversity In Early Childhood Education

Author : Eugene E. García
ISBN : 0807734667
Genre : Education
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The volume editors of this work cast an eye towards the future, where US schools and society will be increasingly populated by racially and ethnically diverse groups, more so than any other period in the country's history. Rachel Grant examines the practices and methods in the teaching of second language learners. Fred Genesee and Elena Nicoladis discuss bilingualism in preschool children. S. Jim Campos describes and analyses a preschool programme for Latino children. Celia Genishi and Margaret Borrego Brainard review the ways in which the language capacities of bilingual children are tested by teachers and institutions. Howard L. Smith and Paul E. Heckman look at a playground fight which becomes emblematic of the clashes between Spanish-dominant and English-dominant children. George P. Knight, Martha E. Bernal and Gustavo Carlo compare and contrast socialisation and individual behaviour among Mexican-American children. Francisco A. Villarruel, David R. Imig and Marjorie J. Kostelnick look at different family structures in culturally diverse families and their impact on children. Karen Shu-Minutoli also looks at the family: the characteristics, styles, and support needed in care of disabled, diverse children. Patricia A. Edwards, Kathleen L. Fear and Margaret A. Gallego examine parents' roles in the pursuit of fair education for their children, and how they can affect curriculum. In the last two chapters, Olivia N. Saracho and Bernard Spodek discuss teacher preparation in early childhood education programmes for diverse chilren, and in conclusion, summarise the challenges that face us regarding the issue of linguistic and cultural diversity.
Category: Education