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Making Sense Together

Author : Peter Buirski
ISBN : 9781538141939
Genre : Intersubjectivity
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Peter Buirski argues that intersubjectivity is founded on two assumptions: First, our moment-by-moment experience of ourselves and the world emerges within a dynamic, fluid context of others; and, second, that we can never observe things as they exist in isolation.--Nancy McWilliams, Ph.D, Rutgers University "Clinical Social Work Journal"
Category: Intersubjectivity

Making Sense Together

Author : Rosalind Wyman
ISBN : 0285635107
Genre : Children with disabilities
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This edition takes into account changing educational practices, and also reflects the author''s own revised approach to ways of working with children. Many positive programmes are included, with advice on ways of widening the child''s experience.'
Category: Children with disabilities

Making Sense

Author : Lorna Collins
ISBN : 9781472573193
Genre : Philosophy
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Making Sense utilises art practice as a pro-active way of thinking that helps us to make sense of the world. It does this by developing an applied understanding of how we can use art as a method of healing and as a critical method of research. Drawing from poststructuralist philosophy, psychoanalysis, arts therapies, and the creative processes of a range of contemporary artists, the book appeals to the fields of art theory, the arts therapies, aesthetics and art practice, whilst it opens the regenerative affects of art-making to everyone. It does this by proposing the agency of 'transformative therapeutics', which defines how art helps us to make sense of the world, by activating, nourishing and understanding a particular world view or situation therein. The purpose of the book is to question and understand how and why art has this facility and power, and make the creative and healing properties of certain modes of expression widely accessible, practical and useful.
Category: Philosophy

Making Sense

Author : Martin Stanton
ISBN : 9781912691562
Genre : Psychology
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A literary masterpiece from world-renowned psychoanalyst and distinguished writer, Professor Martin Stanton that picks up the baton from R. D. Laing. Spanning a novel, travel-guide, documentary, self-help book, play, photo album, film script, and work of art, Making Sense is a cultural phenomenon – a long overdue wake-up call – railing at society’s idealisation and narcissism. Martin Stanton has created a guide for a postmodern world that is constructed through social media, and communicates principally through tweets, texts and selfies. Like Homer’s Odyssey, this is an epoch-changing classic that takes a timely quantum leap from a cognitive world of straight-line argument and causal interpretation, into a parallel unconscious universe of uncontrolled feeling, which traps fragments of fantasy in the retreating tides of reality. Making Sense collects together a group of major and minor characters, some real, some imaginary, who set out to make sense of life together by opening the social media gate between Reality and Fantasy. A survey of Martin Stanton’s own thinking and feeling on his original psychoanalytic odyssey across becalmed seas, random conversations with a therapeutic parrot, stranded for a while with Socrates on the black sandy beach of Paradise, he explores how a bezoar stone, a caddis insect, and a karaoke moment can linger through his life, and make sense for him as a primary source; as unconscious effects which sustain, enlighten, and entertain him through darker times. This book scrawls a message of hope in the sand once the outgoing tide has retreated. ‘Enjoy life’, it says. ‘Celebrate it in yourself and in others.’
Category: Psychology

Making Sense Of Social Theory

Author : Charles H. Powers
ISBN : 0742530477
Genre : Social Science
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This compact introductory text offers a coherent overview of sociological theory. Explaining sociology's seminal discoveries with an elegant simplicity that not only makes them easily understood, Charles H. Powers also conveys sociology's intellectual coherence as a discipline. He introduces sociology's most revealing insights in a way that makes it abundantly clear that sociology has real value as an explanatory science. This book takes sociology's most difficult and arcane subject matter and makes it understandable, utilitarian, and interesting. Students will become genuinely engaged with sociological theory as they find it arms them with meaningful insights that can be used in daily life.
Category: Social Science

Making Sense

Author : David Crystal
ISBN : 9780190660574
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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In this book, David Crystal confronts the foe of many : grammar. Once taught relentlessly to all students in the English-speaking world, grammar disappeared from most school curricula, so terms such as "preposition" and "conjunction" now often confound children and adults alike. In this breezy, entertaining book, Crystal proves that grammar needn't make us uneasy--we can all make sense of how we make sense. -- Provided by publisher.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Making Sense Of People And Place In Linguistic Landscapes

Author : Amiena Peck
ISBN : 9781350038004
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This volume offers comprehensive analyses of how we live continuously in a multiplicity and simultaneity of 'places'. It explores what it means to be in place, the variety of ways in which meanings of place are made and how relationships to others are mediated through the linguistic and material semiotics of place. Drawing on examples of linguistic landscapes (LL) over the world, such as gentrified landscapes in Johannesburg and Brunswick, Mozambican memorializations, volatile train graffiti in Stockholm, Brazilian protest marches, Guadeloupian Creole signs, microscapes of souvenirs in Guinea-Bissau and old landscapes of apartheid in South Africa in contemporary time, this book explores how we are what we are through how we are emplaced. Across these examples, world-leading contributors explore how LLs contribute to the (re)imagining of different selves in the living past (living the past in the present), alternative presents and imagined futures. It focuses particularly on how the LL in all of these mediations is read through emotionality and affect, creating senses of belonging, precarity and hope across a simultaneous multiplicity of worlds. The volume offers a reframing of linguistics landscape research in a geohumanities framework emphasizing negotiations of self in place in LL studies, building upon a rich body of LL research. With over 40 illustrations, it covers various methodological and epistemological issues, such as the need for extended temporal engagement with landscapes, a mobile approach to landscapes and how bodies engage with texts.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Making Sense Of The Bible

Author : Dan Faust
ISBN : 9798656449601
Genre :
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It was God himself who established at just the right times in progressive revelation the guidelines for the relationships between man and his holy God and with one's fellow man through eight covenants. They gave Israel and all readers of Scripture glimpses of the character of God, who is full of mercy, grace, and truth, and, quizzically, justice at the same time. Encoded in the ceremonial laws of one of those covenants establishing how sinful man should approach a holy God is the foreshadowing of the promised Redeemer who will one day reverse the curse of original sin and all its consequences. The reader will see God's complete redemption plan typified in the seven Feasts of the LORD, which prefigure the Redeemer's ministry in both his First and Second Advents. And finally, the Redeemer's sacrifice on the cross of Calvary, which ultimately accomplished man's reconciliation and atonement to God and simultaneously appeased God's righteous wrath against sin and sinner, was prefigured in the five types of sacrifice performed both at the wilderness tabernacle and in the Jerusalem temple centuries later. All this is easily missed by a mere reading through Scripture or by studying individual Books because the student-reader is typically focused on the people and events of that moment in time, often unaware of the subtle but more significant inferences to God's overarching concern: How can sinful man be reconciled to a holy God? The Bible is an epic told in four movements: Creation, Fall, Redemption and Glory. The first two movements are told in the first three chapters of the Bible. The last movement, glory, is told primarily in the last three chapters of the Bible. Almost everything in-between is God's redemption story. This book has broken down those four movements into eleven themes: Creation, Corruption, Contumacy, Catastrophe, Confusion, Calling, Charter, Christ, Cross, Church and Consummation. All eleven of these either point to or are fulfilled in Christ, the promised Redeemer, and were prefigured by the eight covenants, the five sacrifices, and the Seven Feasts of the LORD. Together they tell the story of a loving God reaching down from the heights of heaven to pave the way to reconciliation and restored fellowship. Christ is the tie that binds all eleven of these themes together and it is he in whom all Scripture finds its purpose and meaning.
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Dialogues In Urban And Regional Planning

Author : Bruce Stiftel
ISBN : 9781134278435
Genre : Architecture
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Dialogues in Urban and Regional Planning offers a selection of the best urban planning scholarship from each of the world's planning school associations. The award-winning papers presented illustrate the concerns and the discourse of planning scholarship communities and provide a glimpse into planning theory and practice by planning academics around the world. All those with an interest in urban and regional planning will find this collection valuable in opening new avenues for research and debate. This book is published in association with the Global Planning Education Association Network (GPEAN), and the nine planning school associations it represents, who have selected these papers based on regional competitions.
Category: Architecture

Making Sense

Author : Bill Cope
ISBN : 9781107133303
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Explains the multimodal connections of text, image, space, body, sound and speech, in both old and new computer-mediated communication systems.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Making Sense Making Worlds

Author : Nicholas Onuf
ISBN : 9781136219467
Genre : Political Science
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Nicholas Onuf is a leading scholar in international relations and introduced constructivism to international relations, coining the term constructivism in his book World of Our Making (1989). He was featured as one of twelve scholars featured in Iver B. Neumann and Ole Wæver, eds., The Future of International Relations: Masters in the Making? (1996); and featured in Martin Griffiths, Steven C. Roach and M. Scott Solomon, Fifty Key Thinkers in International Relations, 2nd ed. (2009). This powerful collection of essays clarifies Onuf’s approach to international relations and makes a decisive contribution to the debates in IR concerning theory. It embeds the theoretical project in the wider horizon of how we understand ourselves and the world. Onuf updates earlier themes and his general constructivist approach, and develops some newer lines of research, such as the work on metaphors and the re-grounding in much more Aristotle than before. A complement to the author’s groundbreaking book of 1989, World of Our Making, this tightly argued book draws extensively from philosophy and social theory to advance constructivism in International Relations. Making Sense, Making Worlds will be vital reading for students and scholars of international relations, international relations theory, social theory and law.
Category: Political Science

Making Sense Of Anarchism

Author : Davide Turcato
ISBN : 9781137271402
Genre : History
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Can we make sense of anarchism or is that an oxymoron? Guided by the principle that someone else's rationality is not an empirical finding but a methodological presumption, this book addresses that question as it investigates the ideas and action of one of the most prominent and underrated anarchists of all times: the Italian, Errico Malatesta.
Category: History

Stop Making Sense

Author : Michael J. Fanuele
ISBN : 9781642932300
Genre : Business & Economics
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In this fun and provocative page-turner, Michael Fanuele, one of the world’s most successful marketing strategists, shares The Six Skills of Inspiration. With insights from music, politics, business, neuroscience, and a recipe for radishes, Stop Making Sense shares the creative blueprint that can unleash the inspiring leader in all of us. “If Brené Brown and Simon Sinek had a book baby together, you’re looking at it right now. Stop Making Sense is a new manual for learning true leadership. Fanuele’s set of simple principles that changed my life over the last quarter century will change yours in a matter of hours.”—Andrew Zimmern, chef, author, teacher, host and producer of Travel Channel’s Bizarre Foods “Michael Fanuele shows us how our passion and emotion will take us farther than our logic ever can. I can't convince you to read this book, but I guarantee you'll be inspired by doing so.”—Beth Comstock, author of Imagine It Forward and former vice chair, GE “This is the book we need now: a blueprint for leading with heart, passion, and imagination. Fanuele is such a fun and generous storyteller you almost don't realize that he’s murdering so many small and cynical voices.” —Andrew Essex, Co-founder, Plan A, author of The End of Advertising, former CEO, Droga5 and Tribeca Enterprises “This funny, sweary, energetic, challenging book will push you into a whole new way to find that compelling inspiration we’d all secretly like 1000% more of.”—Adam Morgan, author of Eating The Big Fish and A Beautiful Constraint and founder, eatbigfish “The best magic bends your brain, and that’s exactly what Michael Fanuele does in Stop Making Sense. With wit and insight, he dismisses the myth that we have to wait for inspiration to strike. He reveals the secrets that can make any of us a muse, dazzling audiences and getting the very best out of our teams, families, and most important, ourselves.”—David Kwong, magician, “The Enigmatist,” author of Spellbound, puzzle creator, and producer
Category: Business & Economics

Making Sense Of Reality

Author : Tia DeNora
ISBN : 9781473905511
Genre : Social Science
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What is reality and how do we make sense of it in everyday life? Why do some realities seem more real than others, and what of seemingly contradictory and multiple realities? This book considers reality as we represent, perceive and experience it. It suggests that the realities we take as ‘real’ are the result of real-time, situated practices that draw on and draw together many things - technologies and objects, people, gestures, meanings and media. Examining these practices illuminates reality (or rather our sense of it) as always ‘virtually real’, that is simplified and artfully produced. This examination also shows us how the sense of reality that we make is nonetheless real in its consequences. Making Sense of Reality offers students and educators a guide to analysing social life. It develops a performance-based perspective (‘doing things with’) that highlights the ever-revised dimension of realities and links this perspective to a focus on object-relations and an ecological model of culture-in-action.
Category: Social Science

Scrolling Forward

Author : David M. Levy
ISBN : 1559705531
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Examines the commonplace documents of everyday life--receipts, letters, memos, and books--to reveal what they say about our society, culture, values, and way of life.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Making Sense Of Fatherhood

Author : Tina Miller
ISBN : 9781139492836
Genre : Social Science
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As family and work demands become more complex, who is left holding the baby? Tina Miller explores men's experiences of fatherhood and provides unique insights into paternal caring, changing masculinities and men's relations to paid work. She focuses on the narratives of a group of men as they first anticipate and then experience fatherhood for the first time. Her original, longitudinal research contributes to contemporary theories of gender against a backdrop of societal and policy change. The men's journeys into fatherhood are both similar and varied, and they illuminate just how deeply gender permeates individual lives, everyday practices and societal assumptions around caring for young children. This book acts as a companion to Making Sense of Motherhood (Cambridge University Press, 2005) and, together, these innovative studies reveal how gendered practices around caring become enacted.
Category: Social Science

Making Sense Of Change Management

Author : Esther Cameron
ISBN : 0749464356
Genre : Business & Economics
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Written for students and professionals alike, Making Sense of Change Management is the classic text in the field of change management. It is aimed at anyone who wants to understand why change happens, how it happens and what needs to be done to make change a welcome rather than a dreaded concept. It offers considered insights into the many frameworks, models and ways of approaching change and helps the reader to apply the right approach to each unique situation. This completely revised and fully updated new edition includes new chapters on managing change in tough and uncertain times and the deeper skills of becoming a true agent of change.
Category: Business & Economics

Making Sense Of The Organization Volume 2

Author : Karl E. Weick
ISBN : 9780470685327
Genre : Business & Economics
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Making Sense of the Organization elaborates on the influential idea that organizations are interpretation systems that scan, interpret, and learn. These selected essays represent a new approach to the way managers learn and act in response to their environment and the way organizational change evolves. Readers of this volume will find a wealth of examples and insights which go well beyond thinking and cognition to explain action. The author's ideas are at the forefront of our thinking on leadership, teams, and the management of change. “This book engages the puzzle of impermanence in organizing. Through rich examples, evocative language, artful literature citing, and imaginative connecting, Weick re-introduces core ideas and themes around attending, interpreting, acting and learning to unlock new insights about impermanent organizing. The wisdom in this book is timeless and timely. It prods scholars and managers of organizations to complicate their views of organizing in ways that enrich thought and action.” - Jane E. Dutton, Robert L. Kahn Distinguished University Professor, University of Michigan
Category: Business & Economics

Making Sense Of Spelling And Pronunciation

Author : Christine Digby
ISBN : UVA:X002546182
Genre : English language
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This addition to the Making Sense of.. series deals with spelling and pronunciation. It presents the basic patterns together with exceptions, and includes exercises. The book is organized in two parts: From Sounds to Spelling; and From Spelling to Sounds.
Category: English language