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A Stranger S Pose

Author : Emmanuel Iduma
ISBN : 1911115499
Genre : Africa
File Size : 81.66 MB
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A mesmerising collection of striking travel snapshots
Category: Africa

Stranger Danger

Author : Christie Marlowe
ISBN : 9781422288382
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 20.43 MB
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You might have heard people say, "Strangers are just friends you haven't met yet." That's true in many cases, but not all strangers are kind and friendly. Some strangers can be dangerous. Staying away from people you don't know is often the best way to keep yourself safe.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Rethinking Identities In Contemporary Pakistani Fiction

Author : A. Kanwal
ISBN : 9781137478443
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This book focuses on the way that notions of home and identity have changed for Muslims as a result of international 'war on terror' rhetoric. It uniquely links the post-9/11 stereotyping of Muslims and Islam in the West to the roots of current jihadism and the resurgence of ethnocentrism within the subcontinent and beyond.
Category: Literary Criticism

Encyclopedia Of Interpersonal Violence

Author : Claire M. Renzetti
ISBN : 9781452265919
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 65.78 MB
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"From assisted suicide and batter women to human trafficking and sex offenders, this guide provides an excellent overview of the state research on interpersonal violence. This set is highly recommended for academic libraries." —John R. M. Lawrence Interpersonal violence is behavior that intentionally threatens, attempts, or actually inflicts harm on another. This violence invades both the public and private spheres of our lives; many times in unexpected and frightening ways. Interpersonal violence is a problem that individuals could experience at any point during the life span—even before birth. Interpersonal violence is experienced not only throughout the life course but also as a global problem in the form of war, genocide, terrorism, and rape of women as a weapon of war. The Encyclopedia of Interpersonal Violence provides accurate, research-supported information to clarify critical issues and educate the public about different forms of interpersonal violence, their incidence and prevalence, theoretical explanations, public policy initiatives, and prevention and intervention strategies. These two volumes contain more than 500 accessible, jargon-fee entries written by experts and provide cross-references to related entries, as well as suggested readings for further information. Key Features Defines key concepts and explains theoretical principles clearly and succinctly Provides information on current data sets, regional and national organizations specializing in various dimensions of interpersonal violence, and relevant Web sites Serves as a quick reference guide to definitions, statistics, theories, policies, and prevention and intervention programs Discusses concern with interpersonal violence as a problem across the life span and across cultures Addresses careers in the many fields of interpersonal violence Key Themes Children and Youth Civil and Criminal Legal Systems Interpersonal Violence—General Intervention and Prevention Programs Legislation Organizations and Agencies Racial/Ethnic and Cross-Cultural Issues Research Methods and Data Collection Instruments Sexual Violence and Abuse Syndromes, Disorders, and Other Mental Health Issues Theories and Theoretical Perspectives Violence Between Intimates/Family Violence The Encyclopedia of Interpersonal Violence is designed for members of the general public who are interested in learning more about various aspects of the problem of interpersonal violence, making it a must-have resource for academic and public libraries.
Category: Psychology

Happy City Transforming Our Lives Through Urban Design

Author : Charles Montgomery
ISBN : 9781429969536
Genre : Political Science
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A globe-trotting, eye-opening exploration of how cities can—and do—make us happier people Charles Montgomery's Happy City will revolutionize the way we think about urban life. After decades of unchecked sprawl, more people than ever are moving back to the city. Dense urban living has been prescribed as a panacea for the environmental and resource crises of our time. But is it better or worse for our happiness? Are subways, sidewalks, and tower dwelling an improvement on the car-dependence of sprawl? The award-winning journalist Charles Montgomery finds answers to such questions at the intersection between urban design and the emerging science of happiness, and during an exhilarating journey through some of the world's most dynamic cities. He meets the visionary mayor who introduced a "sexy" lipstick-red bus to ease status anxiety in Bogotá; the architect who brought the lessons of medieval Tuscan hill towns to modern-day New York City; the activist who turned Paris's urban freeways into beaches; and an army of American suburbanites who have transformed their lives by hacking the design of their streets and neighborhoods. Full of rich historical detail and new insights from psychologists and Montgomery's own urban experiments, Happy City is an essential tool for understanding and improving our own communities. The message is as surprising as it is hopeful: by retrofitting our cities for happiness, we can tackle the urgent challenges of our age. The happy city, the green city, and the low-carbon city are the same place, and we can all help build it.
Category: Political Science

The Mighty Toddler

Author : Robin Barker
ISBN : 9781922057471
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 58.65 MB
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‘The only toddler book needed to keep parents informed, sane and smiling.’ Urbanbaby.com.au Recommended by Choice Magazine From the no. 1 bestselling author of Baby Love comes The Mighty Toddler, the most comprehensive, practical and informative guide to raising children aged one to four. Xoum’s fully revised and updated digital edition includes: • All you need to know about toddler behaviour and responses, including socialising, sharing, mealtimes, and how to handle tantrums • The latest on sleeping, potty training, childcare, and food allergies and intolerances • Key milestone information for each age group • The essential facts about toddler health and wellbeing • Handy in-built search functions • All new full-colour illustrations Informative, balanced and full of Robin Barker’s trademark wit and wisdom, The Mighty Toddler is essential reading for every new parent.
Category: Family & Relationships

Conceptualizing Environmental Justice

Author : Damayanti Banerjee
ISBN : 9781498507851
Genre : Social Science
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This book explores an environmental justice movement in a rural Kentucky community in the United States. It proposes a plural framework to examine how justice strategies and tools are adopted in environmental movements and calls for a careful reexamination and expanding of environmental justice theory.
Category: Social Science

The Living Age

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ISBN : UOM:39015030040235
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A Stranger S Map

Author : Meryl McQueen
ISBN : 9780975218969
Genre :
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