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2017 Prisoner Resource Guide

Author : Prison Lives
ISBN : 1945877049
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The Prison Lives Almanac Resource Guide Edition is a one-of-a-kind one-stop comprehensive bridge to all of the information prisoners find useful. It is the ultimate tool prisoners need to successfully navigate the world of resources outside of their prison setting so that they can make the most fulfilling use of their time inside. Whether hoping to improve the mind, a legal situation, status with God, Allah, or the almighty prison spending account, or if you don't quite know what direction you want to take while trapped behind bars, The Prison Lives Almanac proves that life doesn't have to end or even stall with a prison sentence. With literally thousands of resources and valuable information, whatever a prisoner's motivation, however they want to spend your time, The Prison Lives Almanac is the ultimate resource. There's an entire world available to empower prisoners. There's no reason for you not to be a part of it. Thousands of listings, information, and resources! Over 4500 resources Over 2000 prisoner-friendly organizations Over 100 pages of legal listings, rights info & resources Over 50 pages of religious listings, rights info & resources Hundreds of reentry organizations Huge shopping guide for prisoner services Plus easy reference guides, prison contacts, calendars, FREE resources, and much more.
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Prison Lives Almanac

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ISBN : 194587712X
Genre : Criminals
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Thousands of current and reliable prisoner-friendly listings, resources, and information that prisoners find most useful.
Category: Criminals

Buddhist Approach To Responsible Consumption And Sustainable Development

Author : Thich Duc Thien
ISBN : 9786048979300
Genre : Religion
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EDITORS’ INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND This is a great academic solace to see the Volume on Buddhist Approach to Responsible Consumption and Sustainable Development which covers Sub-Theme Five of UNDV 2019 Academic Conference. REVIEW OF CONTENTS The World of Today is suffering from the crisis of consumerism. The first paper on a Buddhist Perspective on Overconsumption and Its Negative Effects towards Society and Environment deals with it specifically in the reference of consumption beyond requirements which is generally termed as overconsumption. Such human tendency leads to negative impact on the entire force of nature and the environment. How the Buddhist principles guide us to live a better life where there is least effect on the environment and society is well explained in this paper. The second paper in this volume, entitled Attaining a Sustainable Society through the Teachings of the Khandhaka of the Theravāda Vinaya Piṭaka is a vivid example of the benefits which one can derive from our ancient Pali literature. While studying the Theravada Vinaya Pitaka, the author explores the specific words of the Buddha in the Khandhaka which hint at the possibility of sustainability and development going together without harming other societal components. Though the Vinaya being a Pitaka for monastics, it still is highly useful for the laity as well. The paper, Buddhist Ethics in the Establishments of Green Tourism is a unique academic contribution. Here, the writer states that the Buddha’s life and principles make us learn a lot as how green methods must be applied in our day-to-day life. The damage being caused by the genre called DEVELOPMENT needs to be controlled and for this, the words of Master exhibits his proximity to protect nature, humanity and the world order.
Category: Religion

Trauma Resilience And Health Promotion In Lgbt Patients

Author : Kristen L. Eckstrand
ISBN : 9783319545097
Genre : Medical
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This book has two goals: to educate healthcare professionals about the effect of identity-based adversity on the health of their LGBT patients, and to outline how providers can use the clinical encounter to promote LGBT patients’ resilience in the face of adversity and thereby facilitate recovery. Toward this end, it addresses trauma in LGBT populations; factors that contribute to resilience both across the lifespan and in specific groups; and strategies for promoting resilience in clinical practice. Each chapter includes a case scenario with discussion questions and practice points that highlight critical clinical best practices. The editors and contributors are respected experts on the health of LGBT people, and the book will be a “first of its kind” resource for all clinicians who wish to become better educated about, and provide high quality healthcare to, their LGBT patients.
Category: Medical

Partial Justice

Author : Nicole Rafter
ISBN : 9781351500807
Genre : Social Science
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Contemporary Research on crime, prisons, and social control has largely ignored women. Partial Justice, the only full-scale study of the origins and development of women's prisons in the United States, traces their evolution from the late eighteenth century to the present day. It shows that the character of penal treatment was involved in the very definition of womanhood for incarcerated women, a definition that varied by race and social class. Rafter traces the evolution of women's prisons, showing that it followed two markedly different models. Custodial institutions for women literally grew out of men's penitentiaries, starting from a separate room for women. Eventually women were housed in their own separate facilities-a development that ironically inaugurated a continuing history of inmate neglect. Then, later in the nineteenth century, women convicted of milder offenses, such as morals charges, were placed into a new kind of institution. The reformatory was a result of middle-class reform movements, and it attempted to rehabilitate to a degree unknown in men's prisons. Tracing regional and racial variations in these two branches of institutions over time, Rafter finds that the criminal justice system has historically meted out partial justice to female inmates. Women have benefited in neither case. Partial Justice draws in first-hand accounts, legislative documents, reports by investigatory commissions, and most importantly, the records of over 4,600 female prisoners taken from the original registers of five institutions. This second edition includes two new chapters that bring the story into the present day and discusses measures now being used to challenge the partial justice women have historically experienced.
Category: Social Science

An Almanack

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924106532777
Genre : Almanacs, English
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America History And Life

Author : American Bibliographical Center
ISBN : UOM:39015065455142
Genre : United States
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Provides historical coverage of the United States and Canada from prehistory to the present. Includes information abstracted from over 2,000 journals published worldwide.
Category: United States