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Women Of A Generous Spirit

Author : Lois Mowday Rabey
ISBN : 9781597523325
Genre : Religion
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We all know women we admire and want to be near. They are the women we call when we need to talk, or when we need a whispered word of encouragement or hope. They are the ones who rejoice in our good news -- and who sympathize with us in our grief. These are the women who draw us out of ourselves when we become emotionally distant and who graciously accept our eager interruptions into their lives when others would see only intrusion. They are life-givers who touch us with their boundless love. They are women of a generous spirit. You, too, can be such a woman -- one whose love nurtures, encourages, and impacts those around her. Within these pages, author Lois Mowday Rabey shows you how, offering encouragement, motivation, and advice to show you the way. Learn how you can express life-giving love as you enter into the beautiful mystery of becoming a woman of a generous spirit.
Category: Religion

Generous Women

Author : Earl Hamner
ISBN : 1581825536
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Generous Women' is about the women who have given so much much of themselves to the man I am today,"" writes Earl Hamner. This fond appreciation is a warm thank-you for gifts freely given and a reminder that, truly, no man is an island unto himself. ""
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Women S Employment In Japan

Author : Kaye Broadbent
ISBN : 9781136133381
Genre : History
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The low status accorded to part-time workers in Japan has resulted in huge inequalities in the workplace. This book examines the problem in-depth using case-study investigations in Japanese workplaces, and reveals the extent of the inequality. It shows how many part-time workers, most of whom are women, are concentrated in low paid, low skilled, poorly unionised service sector jobs. Part-time workers in Japan work hours equivalent to, or greater than, full-time workers, but receive lower financial and welfare benefits than their full-time colleagues. Overall, the book demonstrates that the way part-time work is constructed in Japan reinforces and institutionalises the sexual division of labour.
Category: History

Generous Betrayal

Author : Unni Wikan
ISBN : 0226896846
Genre : Political Science
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All over Western Europe, the lot of many non-Western immigrants is one of marginalization, discrimination, and increasing segregation. In this bold and controversial book, Unni Wikan shows how an excessive respect for "their culture" has been part of the problem. Culture has become a new concept of race, sustaining ethnic identity politics that subvert human rights—especially for women and children. Fearful of being considered racist, state agencies have sacrificed freedom and equality in the name of culture. Comparing her native Norway to Western Europe and the United States, Wikan focuses on people caught in turmoil, how institutions function, and the ways in which public opinion is shaped and state policies determined. Contradictions arise between policies of respect for minority cultures, welfare, and freedom, but the goal is the same: to create a society committed to both social justice and respect for human rights. Writing with power and grace, Wikan makes a plea for a renewed moral vitality and human empathy that can pave the way for more effective social policies and create change.
Category: Political Science

Women In Between

Author : Marilyn Strathern
ISBN : 0847677850
Genre : Social Science
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In 1971 Marilyn Strathern provided what has now become a classic ethnographic text, Women In Between. Significantly, this pioneering contribution to feminist anthropology focuses on gender relations rather than on women alone. Re-issued now, Women in Between examines the attitudes of the Hagen people and analyzes the power of women in their male-dominated system. Strathern cites case studies of marriage arrangements, divorce, and traditional settlement disputes to illustrate women's status in Hagen society.
Category: Social Science

Niv Promises For Women Ebook

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ISBN : 9780310442356
Genre : Bibles
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Specifically chosen for women, over 1,500 Scripture promises taken from the clear, accessible New International Version Bible are sure to inspire and guide you with 130 topics that include patience, prayer, and success. Promises for Women: from the New International Version ebook is a great resource for your own personal use, as well as a perfect gift for any occasion.
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In A Generous Spirit

Author : Christina Looper Baker
ISBN : 0252065433
Genre : Fiction
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Dorothy Markey's family and culture prepared her to be a proper southern lady. Yet Markey broke free of her cultural bonds and became, instead, a feminist, a communist, and, under the pen name Myra Page, a radical journalist and novelist. Her activism on behalf of social justice, racial equality, and women's rights spanned the 1920s through her death in 1993. Page's work carried her far from her Virginia home to Moscow, Mexico, the rural South, and New York. As a journalist she wrote for the Daily Worker, the New Masses, Working Woman, and Southern Worker. Her novels captured workers' struggles in an authentic voice: The Gathering Storm, Daughter of the Hills, and Moscow Yankee. With consummate skill, Christina Baker weaves together historical research, her own and others' conversations with Page, and Page's letters and other writings. The resulting narrative is a vivid recreation of the life of an uncommon woman and her more than seventy years of striving for the things she believed in.
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Women And Philanthropy

Author : Sondra Shaw-Hardy
ISBN : 9780470769775
Genre : Business & Economics
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Women & Philanthropy Women's philanthropy has led the way in virtually reinventing the world of fundraising and ways of giving. When women make a gift, are in a leadership position, or volunteer their time to a nonprofit or charitable organization, they tend to base their efforts on solid principles such as compassion, values, vision, and responsibility. Women are increasingly engaged in giving circles, global giving, transformative gifts, entrepreneurial giving, faith-based giving, family and couple giving, and social change gifts. Based on extensive interviews and the authors' combined half century of experience, Women and Philanthropy shares new ways to better engage women in giving, as well as insights into developing women leaders in the nonprofit arena, and advises women seeking to develop as philanthropic leaders and shape the future for the better. Women and Philanthropy explores women's philanthropic endeavors, offering a wealth of information on key topics such as how and why women give, what it takes to develop a gender-sensitive fundraising program, how to develop a strategic plan to involve women as leaders and donors, and suggestions for working with women of wealth.
Category: Business & Economics