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Uncharted Lives

Author : Stanley Siegel
ISBN : UOM:39015026891112
Genre : Psychology
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Arguing that gay men develop their creativity as a way to survive psychologically in a straight world, an analysis of the emotional and intellectual growth of gay men deals with issues including promiscuity, effeminacy, and political activism. 15,000 first printing. Tour.
Category: Psychology

Compass For Uncharted Lives

Author : Donald J. Kirby
ISBN : 0815631537
Genre : Education
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Responding to the growing importance of the values education movement and the need for institutional guidance in the planning and implementation of values programs, this book offers a practical and conceptual model. A founder and for fifteen years the director of the Center for the Advancement of Values Education (CAVE) at Le Moyne College, Donald J. Kirby draws on that experience to clarify and describe the development, research, and fine-tuning skills required to create this evolving, effective, operational process. He makes the process come alive giving others the power to make it a reality in their own institutions. He documents the leadership, growth process, structure, and institutional support that have enabled the CAVE model to succeed at Le Moyne. Discussing a number of approaches, Kirby offers advice for tailoring the CAVE model to various kinds of institutions, from large universities to medical, law, and business schools. Compass for Uncharted Lives provides a unique practical guide to program development, making this book an invaluable resource for faculty and administrators who want to move from desire to action in terms of values education.
Category: Education

Uncharted Lives

Author : Glasgow Women's Studies Group
ISBN : UVA:X000887243
Genre : Women
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First major collection of articles to focus entirely on the lives of women in Scotland.
Category: Women

Glimpses Of An Uncharted Life

Author : Richard H. Shriver
ISBN : 9781532009693
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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At forty-three years old, during the height of the Cold War, author Richard H. Shriver was offered an appointment in the Office of the Secretary of Defense as director of telecommunications and command-and-control systems. He had a long-standing desire to see from the inside how the government functioned. So Shriver sold his interest in a successful company and took the plunge. In Glimpses of an Uncharted Life, he shares the consequences of that decision and what life was like from that point. Shriver presents a collection of stories in three parts. The first section, Foreign Affairs, starts with the beginning of the end of the Cold War. The second section, Domestic Affairs, narrates his experiences with the federal government and offers observations about government in his state of Connecticut. The final section, Tapering Off, tells what happens when a calendar that was full for more than fifty years suddenly goes blank. A book of reminiscences and reflections, Glimpses of an Uncharted Life shares what Shriver and his wife, Barbara, gleaned from living overseas for fifteen years and what they learned about life and people inside communism and inside countries recovering from the collapse of tyrannies.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Glimpses Of An Uncharted Life

Author : Richard H. Shriver
ISBN : 9781532009693
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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At forty-three years old, during the height of the Cold War, author Richard H. Shriver was offered an appointment in the Office of the Secretary of Defense as director of telecommunications and command-and-control systems. He had a long-standing desire to see from the inside how the government functioned. So Shriver sold his interest in a successful company and took the plunge. In Glimpses of an Uncharted Life, he shares the consequences of that decision and what life was like from that point. Shriver presents a collection of stories in three parts. The first section, Foreign Affairs, starts with the beginning of the end of the Cold War. The second section, Domestic Affairs, narrates his experiences with the federal government and offers observations about government in his state of Connecticut. The final section, Tapering Off, tells what happens when a calendar that was full for more than fifty years suddenly goes blank. A book of reminiscences and reflections, Glimpses of an Uncharted Life shares what Shriver and his wife, Barbara, gleaned from living overseas for fifteen years and what they learned about life and people inside communism and inside countries recovering from the collapse of tyrannies.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Uncharted Waters A Crewmember S Journey Of Life And Love On The High Seas

Author : Nicole Babjak
ISBN : 9780991953004
Genre : Fiction
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A naive and innocent Nicole leaves her sheltered life in Canada to embark on a journey of adventure and self discovery on the high seas. Cruising the world with awe inspiring backdrops such as Alaska, Mexico and the Caribbean, Nicole sails through a labyrinth of mental and physical challenges, testing her endurance at each turn. Surrounded by her loyal group of friends and her bubbly roommate Macie, Nicole learns she is able to take risks and begins living the life she never dreamed she would ever have.
Category: Fiction

Uncharted Waters Intellectual Life In The Edo Period

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ISBN : 9789004229013
Genre : History
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Intellectual life in Edo-period Japan was sometimes harmoniously productive, sometimes destructively vicious, but never stagnant. This volume, compiled in honour of Prof. W.J. Boot, offers eleven essays that explore the intellectual scene of Edo-period Japan from a variety of perspectives.
Category: History

Uncharted Waters

Author : Samuel J. Villa
ISBN : 9781973602255
Genre : Religion
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God wants to speak to us In life, sometimes things arent as they seem. The harbor looks so peaceful, so comfortable, but is it? We search for satisfaction anchored in the harbor, but God has called us for a life of bold adventure out in the uncharted waters. In opposition, the world distracts us with the illusion that material possessions, prestigious titles, and superficial beauty will deliver satisfaction. This distraction creates an insatiable thirst for peace that cant be quenched without a close relationship with God. When we leave the seemingly safe confines of the harbor and explore the deep, life-giving waters, we find truth and fulfillment of our identities in Him. Reducing the distractions of our busy lives, while connecting with God and other believers in community, will transform and transport us to our God-given destinations. These revelations provide us the peace we have been seeking all along. Are you ready to answer the call?
Category: Religion

Rethinking Adolescence

Author : Jay D'Ambrosio
ISBN : 1578864771
Genre : Education
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Discusses how well-known myths can be used to help teens understand and reflect on their hardships and to encourage alternative, often healing perspectives.
Category: Education

Uncharted Corners Of Consciousness

Author : Gerbrig Berman; Shelly Siskind
ISBN : 1462057071
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Uncharted Corners of Consciousness: A Guidebook for Personal and Spiritual Growth A unique and provocative handbook for those who are ready to begin or continue on their spiritual journey. This is a practical, pragmatic and peaceful book for seekers who want to move from reading to doing. Combining exercises and direction for integrating the spiritual into our daily experiences, this book will become a valuable guide for individuals and therapists alike. Gerbrig Berman and Shelly Siskind were shaken from their comfortable lives and introduced to a teaching team from a different dimension who provided lessons from ancient and modern traditions. The authors invite you to meet your own team and this book shows you how. The superb collection of meditative writings and drawings leap off the page and lead you on an exciting inward journey - to the very core of your being. With more than forty years of study and application, both in their personal and professional lives, the authors enable you to be an active participant in your own well-being. Uncharted Corners of Consciousness is a marvelous guide for making sense of the mystical.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit