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Making It Work

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ISBN : OCLC:1084829301
Genre : Job satisfaction
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An auto salesman draws on his own experiences while giving advice to two co-workers on how to keep up with the work and make it interesting and challenging, while working within the system.
Category: Job satisfaction

Making It Work

Author : Alison Kendall
ISBN : OCLC:1086253973
Genre : Child caregivers
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Category: Child caregivers


Author : Tay Vaughan
ISBN : UOM:39015053106285
Genre : Computers
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Introduces multimedia platforms and projects; discusses text, audio, and still and moving images; and covers multimedia design, hardware, software, installation, packaging, color, video, CD-ROM, and Web production.
Category: Computers

Fall Prevention

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ISBN : OCLC:733746239
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Multimedia Making It Work Seventh Edition

Author : Tay Vaughan
ISBN : 9780072264517
Genre : Computers
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Thoroughly Updated for the Latest Advances in Multimedia Learn the fundamental concepts and essential skills required for a successful career in multimedia from this bestselling guide. Multimedia: Making It Work, Seventh Edition shows you how to use text, images, sound, and video to deliver compelling messages and content in meaningful ways. You will learn to design, organize, and produce multimedia projects such as CD-ROMs, DVDs, and professional web sites. Each chapter includes step-by-step instructions, full-color illustrations and screenshots, self-quizzes, and hands-on projects. Inside this book, you will learn how to: Master the building blocks of multimedia, including text, images, audio, video, and animation Record, process, and edit digital audio Work with bitmap, vector, and 3-D images Create vivid computer animations Shoot and edit digital video Select the best hardware, software, and authoring tools for your needs Design dynamic Web content Determine the scope and cost of a multimedia project Acquire the appropriate content and best talent Prepare and deliver a professional multimedia project Each chapter includes: Learning objectives Full-color illustrations Helpful notes, tips, and warnings Chapter summaries and key term lists End-of-chapter quizzes and lab projects
Category: Computers

Primary Science Making It Work

Author : Chris Ollerenshaw
ISBN : 9781134092499
Genre : Education
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First Published in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Category: Education

Process Design Making It Work

Author : Dorothy Strachan
ISBN : 0470289880
Genre : Business & Economics
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Process Design: Making It Work helps process consultants, managers, facilitators, coaches, organizational development consultants?and anyone else who works with groups?to set up and deliver dynamic, creative process designs. Filled with illustrative cases, examples, and templates, this step-by-step resource is an invaluable aid when creating customized agendas and designs for situations ranging from basic meetings to complex, multiphased processes.
Category: Business & Economics

Making It Work

Author : Robert DiYanni
ISBN : 0312136889
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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The second book in Robert DiYanni's new two-level reading series, Making It Work uses an innovative program of exciting, topical essays combined with thematically linked textbook passages to give developmental students the chance to learn and practice the skills of college reading in the context of whole essays.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Making It Work

Author : Valerie Jenness
ISBN : 0202304639
Genre : Social Science
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As its double-edged title suggests, Making It Work examines the "oldest profession" as just that: a service industry with professional sex workers. This reframing of prostitution is done by chronicling the evolution of COYOTE (Call Off Your Old Tired Ethics), the leading organization of the contemporary prostitutes' rights movement. Founded in the early 1970s, a period of intense and far-reaching change in American sexual mores, COYOTE sought from the beginning to claim ownership of the "problem" of prostitution from the traditional experts. In its first campaign, California-based COYOTE engaged local law enforcement and municipal government officials in debate over selective and discriminatory enforcement of criminal law. In its next stage of development, COYOTE joined in the feminist debates on violence against women and the right of women to control their bodies, linking the question of prostitution to the larger issues of women's rights. In recent years, prostitutes' rights organizations have countered assertions that prostitutes are spreading AIDS and these organizations now constitute a link between prostitutes and public health agencies. The book adds an important practical and theoretical voice to the issues of prostitution, pornography, and sexuality within contemporary feminism. Furthermore, in reconstructing prostitution as a social problem, it speaks more broadly to the notion of deviance, and how so-called deviants can act to frame the debates that affect their lives.
Category: Social Science

Making It Work

Author : Sue Innes
ISBN : UOM:39015035008393
Genre : Feminism
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Category: Feminism

Making It Work

Author : Alice Bloch
ISBN : 1860302424
Genre : Refugees
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Includes statistics.
Category: Refugees

Activity Based Cost Management Making It Work

Author : Cokins
ISBN : 0070587698
Genre :
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Activity-based costing is today's superior method for both identifying improvement opportunities and measuring benefits of performance initiatives. Read Gary Cokins' book Activity-Based Cost Management: Making It Work for every answer you need on executing and sustaining an effective ABC management system, explanations on why you should use ABC and explicit, clear-cut descriptions of steps you must take to implement ABC into your company.

Making It Work

Author : Great Britain: Parliament: House of Lords: European Union Committee
ISBN : 0108459845
Genre : Business & Economics
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Inquiry conducted by Sub-committee G (Social Policy and Consumer Affairs)
Category: Business & Economics

Making It Work

Author : Catherine Aniebonam
ISBN : 9780595369317
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 78.16 MB
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Making It Work is for anyone who desires a supportive and loving partner. It's about making changes to discover the best in your marriage. Part One was inspired to help improve relationships and self-worth, while Part Two was inspired to restore hope, heal the soul and renew strength and faith in God. Part Three contains a worksheet to help you plan for success. Author-Catherine Aniebonam applies her experience to the frustrations of couples who continue to struggle even after receiving guidance and help through counseling and books. She offers strategies for improving and rebuilding a relationship, as well as encouragement and helpful hints on living through the difficult times when one partner's indifference leaves the other frustrated, confused, and in doubt. She empowers you to: Love better Live happier Forgive faster Pray efficiently Improve yourself Improve your spouse Improve your marriage Improve your relationship with God And more. Making It Work appeals to a wide audience, both Christians and others, and provides tools that help anyone to prepare for a successful marriage and Christian life. You can also apply these concepts to improve the good relationship you currently enjoy.
Category: Family & Relationships

Managing The Merger

Author : Philip H. Mirvis
ISBN : 9781587981661
Genre : Business & Economics
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Two veteran merger and acquisition mavens take readers behind the scenes to examine successful and poorly managed corporate mergers to show what's required to achieve the best strategic, organizational, and cultural fit between any two companies. They outline steps to take before, during, and after
Category: Business & Economics

Adventures In Adherence

Author : Scott Cohn
ISBN : OCLC:191802220
Genre : HIV infections
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Category: HIV infections

Making It Work

Author : Hirokazu Yoshikawa
ISBN : 9781610445658
Genre : Business & Economics
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Low-skilled women in the 1990s took widely different paths in trying to support their children. Some held good jobs with growth potential, some cycled in and out of low-paying jobs, some worked part time, and others stayed out of the labor force entirely. Scholars have closely analyzed the economic consequences of these varied trajectories, but little research has focused on the consequences of a mother's career path on her children's development. Making It Work, edited by Hirokazu Yoshikawa, Thomas Weisner, and Edward Lowe, looks past the economic statistics to illustrate how different employment trajectories affect the social and emotional lives of poor women and their children. Making It Work examines Milwaukee's New Hope program, an experiment testing the effectiveness of an anti-poverty initiative that provided health and child care subsidies, wage supplements, and other services to full-time low-wage workers. Employing parent surveys, teacher reports, child assessment measures, ethnographic studies, and state administrative records, Making It Work provides a detailed picture of how a mother's work trajectory affects her, her family, and her children's school performance, social behavior, and expectations for the future. Rashmita Mistry and Edward D. Lowe find that increases in a mother's income were linked to higher school performance in her children. Without large financial worries, mothers gained extra confidence in their ability to parent, which translated into better test scores and higher teacher appraisals for their children. JoAnn Hsueh finds that the children of women with erratic work schedules and non-standard hours—conditions endemic to the low-skilled labor market—exhibited higher levels of anxiety and depression. Conversely, Noemi Enchautegui-de-Jesus, Hirokazu Yoshikawa, and Vonnie McLoyd discover that better job quality predicted lower levels of acting-out and withdrawal among children. Perhaps most surprisingly, Anna Gassman-Pines, Hirokazu Yoshikawa, and Sandra Nay note that as wages for these workers rose, so did their marriage rates, suggesting that those worried about family values should also be concerned with alleviating poverty in America. It is too simplistic to say that parental work is either "good" or "bad" for children. Making It Work gives a nuanced view of how job quality, flexibility, and wages are of the utmost importance for the well-being of low-income parents and children.
Category: Business & Economics

Diversity S Promise For Higher Education

Author : Daryl G. Smith
ISBN : 9781421417349
Genre : Education
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"Daryl G. Smith's career has been devoted to studying and fostering diversity in higher education. She has witnessed and encouraged the evolution of diversity from an issue addressed sporadically on college campuses to an imperative if institutions want to succeed. In this second edition of Diversity's Promise for Higher Education, Smith emphasizes a transdisciplinary approach to the topic of diversity, drawing on an updated list of sources from a wealth of literatures and fields. She claims with optimism, "when the conclusions from a wide variety of studies, using different methodologies, begin to converge, we may apply the results with some confidence." Smith responds to recent criticism of diversity efforts on campuses as a convoluted list of grievances without focus on the historic issue of inequity by making explicit the central relationship between diversity and equity. To become more relevant to society, the nation, and the world while remaining true to their core mission, higher education institutions must begin to see diversity as central to teaching and research. She argues that institutions can pursue diversity efforts that are inclusive of the varied - and growing - issues apparent on campuses without losing focus. This thoughtful volume draws on 50 years of diversity studies. It offers students, researchers, and administrators an innovative approach to developing and instituting effective and sustainable diversity strategies"--
Category: Education

Marriage Making It Work

Author : Dr. Akeam A. Simmons
ISBN : 1475913338
Genre : Self-Help
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Marriage Making it WORK is a "how to" book on marriage; so often times couples get married and have no clue on how to make it last, and too, how to be Happily Married. It gives work for the couples to perform to bring out, and deal with some of the problem areas that they have been afraid to tackle; such as intimacy, conflict, and rules to always abide by when they have their disagreements. Marriage Making It WORK shows couples how to make and keep first things first.
Category: Self-Help

Rti Guide Making It Work

Author : Concetta Russo
ISBN : 193403276X
Genre : Education
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Each chapter separates each skill into subsets and provides specific strategies in each of the three Tiers (I, II, and III) · Easy, fast and powerful solutions · Practical decision making · Strategies based on scientific research · Skill Sets: Reading, Math, Spelling, Writing, Speech/Language, Occupational Therapy · Teams: RTI, CST, IST, CSE · Interventionist: Special Education Teachers, General Education Teachers, Speech/Language Therapists, OT, Psychologists
Category: Education