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From Generation To Generation

Author : Shmuel N. Eisenstadt
ISBN : 9781351518734
Genre : Family & Relationships
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The republication of From Generation to Generation-almost half a century after its first appearance in 1956-constitutes a good occasion for a look at the way in which problems of youth and generations developed in contemporary societies. In this brilliant, pioneering effort, different approaches in the social sciences to the analysis of these issues receive close scrutiny. Eisenstadt reexamines these issues by including in this edition several new chapters on this theme.
Category: Family & Relationships

Generation To Generation

Author : Edwin H. Friedman
ISBN : 1609189566
Genre : Religion
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This acclaimed, influential work applies the concepts of systemic family therapy to the emotional life of congregations. Edwin H. Friedman shows how the same understanding of family process that can aid clergy in their pastoral role also has important ramifications for negotiating congregational dynamics and functioning as an effective leader. Clergy from diverse denominations, as well as family therapists and counselors, have found that this book directly addresses the dilemmas and crises they encounter daily. It is widely used as a text in courses on family systems and pastoral care.
Category: Religion

Generation To Generation

Author : Kelin E.. Gersick
ISBN : 9780875845555
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 32.33 MB
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Examines the structure and management of family-owned businesses, from small companies to multinational conglomerates, discussing how they differ from public companies and how they move through generational changes in leadership
Category: Business & Economics

From Generation To Generation

Author : Agnes Tomasov
ISBN : 1897470193
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Agnes Tomasov's sweeping memoir of life under two totalitarian regimes is an extraordinary tale of courage, love and hope in the face of tragedy.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Generation To Generation

Author : Wayne Rice
ISBN : 9780784721254
Genre : Religion
File Size : 83.10 MB
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In this practical book, author, parent, and youth ministry expert Rice challenges parents to enjoy their roles as the primary spiritual caregivers for their children, and provides fun, effective, and easy-to-use ideas to help strengthen faith and knowledge through family life.
Category: Religion

From Generation To Generation

Author : Emily Wanderer Cohen
ISBN : 9781683507581
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 32.41 MB
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Most children and grandchildren of Holocaust survivors felt the omnipresence of the Holocaust throughout their childhood and for many, the spectre of the Holocaust continues to loom large through the phenomenon of “intergenerational” or “transgenerational” trauma. In From Generation to Generation: Healing Intergenerational Trauma Through Storytelling, Emily Wanderer Cohen connects the dots between her behaviors and choices and her mother’s Holocaust ex-periences. In a series of vivid, emotional—and sometimes gut-wrenching—stories, she illustrates how the Holocaust continues to have an impact on current and future generations. Plus, the prompts at the end of each chapter enable you to explore your own intergenerational trauma and begin your healing journey. Part memoir and part self-discovery, if you’re a second-generation (2G) or third-generation (3G) Holo-caust survivor—or you’re experiencing intergenerational trauma of any kind—and you’re ready to heal from that trauma, you need to read this book.
Category: Self-Help

Generation Y

Author : Oz Almog
ISBN : 1912676052
Genre : Social Science
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Generation Y (Millennials), born in the 1980s and 1990s, came of age during a period of unprecedented accelerated economic growth. These young secular women and men were shaped by a society that was fast becoming more self-critical and cynical, conflictual, entrepreneurial, consumer and media-oriented, individualistic and globalized. This is a generation characterized by its pervasive permissiveness, sociability, sense of humour, openness and easygoing outlook on life. They live in 'urban tribes' and are slow to assume responsibility. They are the self-centred children of the digital age, raised as princes and princesses, shielded by their teachers and parents' words of praise and affirmation. They were promised they would be able to realize their dreams if only they so desired. They are in no rush to spread their wings because they see the world around them as increasingly exploitative and unstable and also they wish to have room for flexibility. They flock to purchase degrees whose job-market value and intellectual worth are declining. Their lives are replete with trauma growing up in the shadow of missiles and terror attacks and because the media exposes them to daily disasters and tragedies around the world. They are anxiety-ridden and confused. They have difficulty coping with stress and they are slaves to the infinite information and constant stimuli that flows from all directions. Generation Y is different to previous generations in almost every way: work, study, media consumption, leisure and entertainment habits, raising their children and more. What is the cultural DNA of today's youth? Why did this generation emerge and how is it influencing the West? Based on extensive research this book provides answers to these key questions. Although it concentrates on Israeli society, most of the generational traits and their sociological interpretations are applicable all over the western world.
Category: Social Science

From Generation To Generation

Author : Wendy Leeds-Hurwitz
ISBN : 1572736208
Genre : Social Science
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This book applies various social approaches investigations of real people as they function in specific context, the family. Of all our identities cultural identity is one of the most central to illegible] we think we are. We learn our cultural identities first within families, and the authors all illegible] the families they know best - their own. illegible] critical issues are examined: how family members work to construct identity; how parents convey that identity; the conflict between mainstream expectations and the traditions of cultural groups; and the range of possible ways to display identity within and across groups.
Category: Social Science