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Dialogue

Author : William Isaacs
ISBN : 0307483789
Genre : Business & Economics
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Dialogue provides practical guidelines for one of the essential elements of true partnership--learning how to talk together in honest and effective ways. Reveals how problems between managers and employees, and between companies or divisions within a larger corporation, stem from an inability to conduct a successful dialogue.
Category: Business & Economics

Quantum Closures And Disclosures

Author : Gordon G. Globus
ISBN : 9027251797
Genre : Psychology
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This surprising rapprochement between a powerful tradition within continental philosophy and the 20th-century quantum revolution in science is fruitfully applied to crucial issues in philosophy, brain science, mathematics and psychiatry."--BOOK JACKET.
Category: Psychology

Thinking Together

Author : Vernon Alfred Howard
ISBN : STANFORD:36105005182824
Genre : Business & Economics
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A guide to participating in rational discussions in the fields of business, teaching, or communication shows readers how to plan group inquiry, make decisions, and establish policy, all in a fair and impartial manner. 25,000 first printing. $20,000 ad/promo.
Category: Business & Economics

Thinking Together

Author : Lyn Dawes
ISBN : 1904806015
Genre : Creative thinking
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Designed to develop the language and reasoning skills of children at Key Stage 2, this book includes activities which have relevance to English, mathematics, science and citizenship.
Category: Creative thinking

Thinking Together

Author : Angela G. Ray
ISBN : 9780271081915
Genre : History
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Changes to the landscape of higher education in the United States over the past decades have urged scholars grappling with issues of privilege, inequality, and social immobility to think differently about how we learn and deliberate. Thinking Together is a multidisciplinary conversation about how people approached similar questions of learning and difference in the nineteenth century. In the open air, in homes, in public halls, and even in prisons, people pondered recurring issues: justice, equality, careers, entertainment, war and peace, life and death, heaven and hell, the role of education, and the nature of humanity itself. Paying special attention to the dynamics of race and gender in intellectual settings, the contributors to this volume consider how myriad groups and individuals—many of whom lived on the margins of society and had limited access to formal education—developed and deployed knowledge useful for public participation and public advocacy around these concerns. Essays examine examples such as the women and men who engaged lecture culture during the Civil War; Irish immigrants who gathered to assess their relationship to the politics and society of the New World; African American women and men who used music and theater to challenge the white gaze; and settler-colonists in Liberia who created forums for envisioning a new existence in Africa and their relationship to a U.S. homeland. Taken together, this interdisciplinary exploration shows how learning functioned not only as an instrument for public action but also as a way to forge meaningful ties with others and to affirm the value of an intellectual life. By highlighting people, places, and purposes that diversified public discourse, Thinking Together offers scholars across the humanities new insights and perspectives on how difference enhances the human project of thinking together.
Category: History

Thinking Together With Children

Author : Jeanette Kroese Thomson
ISBN : 9781450272315
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Your child is asking Why? and seeking meaning. Listening and responding encourages refl ective thought. Now that our children are spending more and more time in virtual reality, making connections with their minds is becoming even more important. Thinking requires an individual to formulate an idea into a conceptual thought that can be recalled and analyzed. A parent can help their child think clearly by actively participating in their learning. Listening to your child means your child will listen as well. The child is seeking meaning.
Category: Family & Relationships

Thinking Together

Author : Diane Dunkin
ISBN : 1877140864
Genre : Children and adults
File Size : 52.32 MB
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Category: Children and adults

Thinking Together

Author : Howard Saul Becker
ISBN : 1625172036
Genre : Artistic collaboration
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"Howard S. Becker and Robert R. Faulker, sociologists and experienced musicians, wrote a book in 2009 about their musical experiences--Do You Know? The Jazz Repertoire in Action--describing how musicians who didn't know each other could perform competently and interestingly without rehearsing, or playing from written music. When they wrote it, they lived at opposite ends of the country: Becker in San Francisco, Faulkner in Massachusetts. Instead of sitting around talking about their ideas, they wrote e-mails. So every step of their thinking, false steps as well as ideas that worked, existed in written form. When conceptual artist and poet Franck Leibovici asked them to contribute something that showed the "form of life" that supported their work, they collaborated with Dianne Hagaman to put the correspondence in order, which Leibovici exhibited and which, now, appears as an e-book (which lets them link to available performances of the tunes they discussed). Thinking Together: An E-mail Exchange and All That Jazz is one of the most revealing records of a scientific collaboration ever made public, and an intimate picture of the creative process. Collective creativity--making sparks of originality produce something more than a glint in someone's eye--intrigues sociologists, people who study communication and theorists of business organization. The collective part of that process, turning an idea into a finished product, is even more complicated, and in Thinking Together, readers can watch the authors go through all the complications of working together to make the final result happen. The e-book also includes more than 200 video click-throughs to songs that the authors discuss."--Publisher's web site, http://annenberg.usc.edu/News%20and%20Events/News/140131AnnenbergPress.aspx (viewed on Feb. 6, 2014).
Category: Artistic collaboration

Thinking Together

Author : Philip Cam
ISBN : 0868065080
Genre : Children's stories
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Thinking Together shows how story-based material can be used to help children raise philosophical puzzles and problems that will set them thinking. It shows how to build a community of inquiry in the classroom, and how to use questioning techniques, group discussion and other activities to develop thinking skills and concepts that can be applied across the curriculum.
Category: Children's stories

Religious Conversion

Author : Shanta Premawardhana
ISBN : 9781118972373
Genre : Religion
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Religious Conversion: Religion Scholars Thinking Together explores various issues relating to the nature, methods, and effects of religious conversion in the major world faiths. Presents the results of an innovative ten-year project initiated the World Council of Churches Features contributions from religious scholars and leaders of Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jewish, and Muslim traditions Considers myriad issues relating to the nature, methods, and effects of religious conversion in the major world faiths Addresses questions on religious freedom, legal considerations, and the future for religious conversion
Category: Religion