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Beyond Invisible Walls

Author : Jacob D. Lindy
ISBN : 9781134946334
Genre : Psychology
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Category: Psychology

Invisible Walls

Author : Ingeborg Hecht
ISBN : 0810113716
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The author, daughter of a Jewish father and a non-Jewish mother, describes her family's experiences under Hitler's infamous Nuremberg laws, and includes a collection of vignettes that resulted from the publication of her first book.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Seeing Is Achieving Invisible Walls How To Break Through To Achieve Success

Author : Wes Stahler
ISBN : 9781456620110
Genre : Self-Help
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This is the last success book you need to read. Unlike so many success books that teach you WHAT to do, this book will actually show you HOW to apply it to your own life. This is an easy to read book that everyone will enjoy. It makes the point with entertaining stories and pictures.. But most important, everyone will be able to take the lessons learned and apply them immediately to improve their own life. Whether you are looking for more money and success in your work or a happier better life that is everything you can imagine, this is the book that will show you "HOW". You can change your life for the better easily and quickly. Proven methods that many people have used to fill their life with success, happiness, love, better health and a lot more money is explained by the author using examples that he used in his own life to achieve all of these goals. While these methods can work for everyone the author explains the secrets to why some make it and others don't.
Category: Self-Help

Invisible Walls

Author : Peter Seidel
ISBN : PSU:000044604714
Genre : Science
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Category: Science

Invisible Walls

Author : Eugene F. Sofer
ISBN : UTEXAS:059173020353700
Genre : Buenos Aires (Argentina)
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Category: Buenos Aires (Argentina)

The Invisible Wall

Author : W. Michael Blumenthal
ISBN : UOM:39015042149537
Genre : History
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Recounts the stories of six of the author's ancestors in an attempt to understand the failure of the German-Jewish relationship
Category: History

Cities With Invisible Walls

Author : Kam W. Chan
ISBN : STANFORD:36105009762357
Genre : Cities and towns
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Most of the ancient walls surrounding China's cities have long since disintegrated, but invisible walls - legal restrictions separating the urban and rural populations - continue to contain urbanization. Kam Wing Chan examines how and why these bureaucratic 'walls' were built during the early days of socialism and why they remain during the current reform period. Dr Chan weaves together new empirical data and theory in this ground-breaking analysis of China's urbanization policies under socialism. He discredits the conventional wisdom that a low urban growth rate was the by-product of Mao's 'rural-biased' policies and points instead to long-term government efforts to promote industrialization while containing urban costs. In the post-Mao era city 'walls' have only been strengthened, as the government limits the costs of urbanization by refusing state-subsidized benefits to many of the cities' new migrants. Dr Chan critiques this policy and looks ahead to predict the impact of economic growth on urban demographics in the next century.
Category: Cities and towns

Invisible Walls

Author : Hella Pick
ISBN : 147461373X
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One of the trailblazers of the modern female Foreign Correspondent, former Guardian reporter Hella Pick fled her native Austria as a Jewish child refugee in 1939. Over three decades she covered the volatile global scene, first in Africa, then in America and eastern Europe. During 35 years with the Guardian, she reported on the Watergate Scandal in Washington, on Martin Luther King's march from Selma to Montgomery, and on the Gdansk shipyard uprising in Poland. A scoop interview with Poland's beleaguered leader, General Jaruzelski (who gave her a large bunch of red roses) took precedence over the death of Soviet president Brezhnev the same day. But her book is also a clarion call for preserving professionalism in journalism at a time when social media allows anyone to become citizen journalists. To distinguish truth from fiction, and to differentiate reporting and facts from comment, is the hallmark of Invisible Walls - the dramatic story of how a Kindertransport survivor came to converse with and sometimes befriend world leaders.

The Christian Advocate

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924067323893
Genre : Methodist Church
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The New Utopian Politics Of Ursula K Le Guin S The Dispossessed

Author : Laurence Davis
ISBN : 0739110861
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Description of the seductions - and snares - of self-managed communist or, in other words, anarchist society. This title, an edited collection of original essays on "Le Guin's The Dispossessed", represents an exploration of the political ramifications of this work by a wide interdisciplinary swath of scholars from around the world.
Category: Literary Criticism

Indoor Wayfinding And Navigation

Author : Hassan A. Karimi
ISBN : 9781482230857
Genre : Computers
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Outdoor wayfinding and navigation systems and services have become indispensable in people's mobility in unfamiliar environments. Advances in key technologies (e.g., positioning and mobile devices), has spurred interest in research and development of indoor wayfinding and navigation systems and services in recent years. Indoor Wayfinding and Navigation provides both breadth and depth of knowledge in designing and building indoor wayfinding and navigation systems and services. It covers the types of sensors both feasible and practical for localization of users inside buildings. The book discusses current approaches, techniques, and technologies for addressing issues in indoor wayfinding and navigation systems and services. It includes coverage of the cognitive, positioning, mapping, and application perspectives, an unusual but useful combination of information. This mix of different perspectives helps you better understand the issues and challenges of building indoor wayfinding and navigation systems and services, how they are different from those used outdoors, and how they can be used efficiently and effectively in challenging applications. Written by well-known specialists in the field, the book addresses all aspects of indoor wayfinding and navigation. It includes the latest research developments on the topic, succinctly covers the fundamentals, and details the issues and challenges in building new systems and services. With this information, you can design indoor wayfinding and navigation systems and services for a variety of uses and users.
Category: Computers

Jesus Never Wastes Pain

Author : Keturah C. Martin
ISBN : 9781493162833
Genre : Self-Help
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This book is a credit to Jesus Christ, who sustained the author through repeated and prolonged abuses of unmentionable proportions for several decades. The #1 purpose of this book is to glorify Jesus who is the Great Physician of impossible shatters, abuse, and heart-shreds, even amid emotional comatose and poly-fragmented dissociation. The #2 purpose of the book is to identify with the broken, rejected, and abused and to commend you all for your strength and survival. It is written as a voice for all the survivors of abuse and for those who may be currently trapped as a victim. It is written as a source of inspiration to offer hope to those who are on the healing journey, or desire to begin this journey to hope, healing, and freedom. The #3 purpose of the book is as a resource for those who are open-minded enough to be willing to learn how to understand and help the broken and abused and receive a deeper comprehension of the realities they face. We cannot correctly represent Jesus if we cannot see the abused and brokenhearted through His eyes and heart. When we truly see them through His heart and eyes, we will be propelled into compassionate action just as Jesus was. This book addresses and gives hope for abuse issues and aftermath on every level that many may prefer to shove under the carpet. This includes not only the various abuses out there but some of the aftermath such as extreme emotional agony, suicide, dissociation, rejection, PTSD, and satanic bondage. The enemy of our soul loves darkness and delights to feed on the unresolved anguish and footholds that are buried in his closets. With God’s help, the enemy and his tactics must be exposed and those whom he has wounded and/or holds captive must be freed, for he is defeated through the blood of the Great Physician, Jesus Christ!
Category: Self-Help

Rereading Doris Lessing

Author : Claire Sprague
ISBN : 9781469620367
Genre : Literary Criticism
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According to Sprague, doubling in Lessing's novels is a perfect correlative for the complexity and contradiction Lessing perceives as central to the private and collective human experience. Her doubles and multiples not only indicate the fracturing or the formation of identity but they also are among the several strategies used to project complex private and societal concerns. This study of Lessing's dialectical imagination extends and revises earlier feminist approaches. Originally published in 1987. A UNC Press Enduring Edition -- UNC Press Enduring Editions use the latest in digital technology to make available again books from our distinguished backlist that were previously out of print. These editions are published unaltered from the original, and are presented in affordable paperback formats, bringing readers both historical and cultural value.
Category: Literary Criticism

If These Walls Could Talk

Author : Maureen O'Connell
ISBN : 9780814634042
Genre : Religion
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Philadelphia's community muralism movement is transforming the City of Brotherly Love into the Mural Capital of the World. This remarkable groundswell of public art includes some 3,500 wall-sized canvases: On warehouses and on schools, on mosques and in jails, in courthouses and along overpasses. In If These Walls Could Talk, Maureen O'Connell explores the theological and social significance of the movement. She calls attention to some of the most startling and powerful works it has produced and describes the narratives behind them. In doing so, O'Connell illustrates the ways that the arts can help us think about and work through the seemingly inescapable problems of urban poverty and arrive at responses that are both creative and effective. This is a book on American religion. It incorporates ethnography to explore faith communities that have used larger-than-life religious imagery to proclaim in unprecedented public ways their self-understandings, memories of the past, and visions of the future. It also examines the way this art functions in larger public discourse about problems facing every city in America. But If These Walls Could Talk is also theological text. It considers the theological implications of this most democratic expression of public art, mindful of the three components of every mural: the pieces themselves, those who create them, and those who interpret them. It illuminates a kind of beauty that seeks after social change or, in other words, the largely unexplored relationship between theological aesthetics and ethics.
Category: Religion

Apples For Addicts And Alcoholics

Author : James Page Jr.
ISBN : 9781453545515
Genre : Self-Help
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This mission/movement is laid out some in the book . This is a spiritual journey that seek empowerment for the people . The have nots can have alot . Apples For All - is the slogan that is like occupy wall street and other cause that want equeal life for all , not 1% over 99% . Please be apart of this movement to up lift people . We seek to come up without knocking others down . Apples for all , rise and be wise , devil desprise and love is the prize . This movement will move mountains and our goal is high enough , its time to get tough knowing life has been rough on us . Its a time . its our time
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The Invisible Walls Of Dannemora

Author : Michael Blaine
ISBN : 1592110436
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The infamous Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora, New York, in 2015 became the site of one of the most famous prison breaks in modern American history. However, the conditions that made possible the notorious escape and the massive manhunt that ensued had been developing for many years prior. Having earned the nickname of "Little Siberia", the brutal winters contributed to the already depressing façade of the facility. During the long, dark hours, the wind howled outside and sounded like ghosts haunting the halls of the prison. Dannemora had a proud past. Every employee chose to work there and there was always a transfer list of staff hoping to work there. It was a hard prison for hard criminals. Having housed the likes of mobster Charlie "Lucky" Luciano, "Son of Sam" David Berkowitz, Rappers Tupac Shakur, and Ol' Dirty Bastard, and countless other infamous criminals, the staff at the Clinton Correctional Facility knew how to handle even the toughest of men. Like most prisons, Clinton was a place of routine. Each day was very much like day before. It was a big, clunking machine that simply ran each day unless someone in the administration used poor judgement and tried to implement an unsafe change in policy or targeted the wrong staff member. The author, Michael H. Blaine spent a career at the Clinton Correctional Facility. Having been an Officer, Sergeant, and Lieutenant, his story reveals the changes he observed and what he experienced at each rank he earned. Refusing to compromise his principles and sickened by the downward spiral that Clinton was experiencing, he retired less than 10 1/2 months before the first successful escape at Dannemora on June 6, 2015. This new book reveals the inner workings of this massive prison. It is the first look inside at what it was like to work at the Clinton Correctional Facility, its effects on those who spent time there on both sides of the bars, revealing why nobody escapes the Invisible Walls of Dannemora.

Leading Through Conflict

Author : Mark Gerzon
ISBN : 9781633690332
Genre : Business & Economics
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As our world grows smaller, opportunities for conflict multiply. Ethnic, religious, political, and personal differences drive people apart—with potentially disastrous consequences—and it's the task of perceptive leaders to bring them together again World-renowned mediation expert Mark Gerzon argues that leaders have failed to rise to this challenge. Our organisations, schools, and governments remain filled with divisive dictators and everyday managers, instead of what he calls mediators—leaders who transform conflict so that everyone can move forward together. Through absorbing examples drawn from decades of work with organisational, political, and global conflicts of all kinds, Leading Through Conflict provides a powerful new framework for the leader as mediator, and outlines eight specific tools these leaders use to transform seemingly intractable differences into progress on deep-seated problems. Both practical and passionate, this book makes the tools of cross-border leaders accessible to anyone who wants to help create healthier companies, communities, and countries.
Category: Business & Economics

Whatever Happened To Asylum In Britain

Author : Louise Pirouet
ISBN : 157181468X
Genre : History
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Pirouet, a Briton who has taught at universities in Uganda and Kenya, surveys UK immigration policy between 1987 and 1999 and finds that xenophobia frequently has won out, in spite of political rhetoric in praise of giving shelter to those fleeing persecution. "The legislation passed in the last decade has made it progressively more difficult for anyone seeking asylum in the UK and life progressively more uncertain and uncomfortable for those who, against all odds, manage to reach this country," she writes. "A mixed message is coming from government....Britain is now irreversibly a multicultural nation, and the only healthy kind of self-definition must take that into account." c. Book News Inc.
Category: History