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Man Against Work

Author : Lloyd Zimpel
ISBN : 0802815847
Genre : Job satisfaction
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Category: Job satisfaction

Men S Work In Preventing Violence Against Women

Author : Christie Cozad Neuger
ISBN : 9781317787396
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Promote effective partnerships between men and women to end domestic violence! Men's Work in Preventing Violence Against Women examines the experiences of 12 practicing counselors who call on their religious training to form partnerships between men and women that promote an end to domestic violence. In both religious and secular settings, the bulk of the work done to end violence against women is done by women—survivors who have become activists and advocates who have been touched by the witness of survivors. Motivating and educating men to share the everyday work of domestic violence shelters, rape crisis counseling, and abuse prevention is essential. This book challenges traditional images of masculinity, exploring effective—and ineffective—methods of helping men face their own sexism and change their behavior toward the goal of ending domestic violence. Each contributor to Men's Work in Preventing Violence Against Women approached the concept of man/woman partnerships working to end domestic violence and sexual assault with the following questions in mind: In your experience and social world have you seen creative partnerships between men and women that made a difference? Have you seen men in counseling struggle to change their views on gender in order to become reliable allies in the fight to end violence against women? How can religion become a resource for men working to become allies with women? What strategies can men use to help end violence against women? Men's Work in Preventing Violence Against Women includes contributions from Paul Kivel, cofounder of the Oakland Men's Project and of Gvarim: Bay Area Jewish Men Against Violence; David Livingston, author of Healing Violent Men: A Model for Christian Communities; Al Miles, author of Domestic Violence: What Every Pastor Should Know; and Richard Wallace Jr., editor of the Journal of Ministry in Addiction & Recovery (Haworth). Each essay presents practical and theoretical ideas, guidelines for partnerships, and insightful information on sexual and domestic violence. Topics addressed include: Jewish male violence holding Christian men accountable for domestic violence shared experiences of batterers and the people who treat them premarital preparation the dynamics of power in pastoral care engaging Scripture with male abusers helping men become pro-feminist Men's Work in Preventing Violence Against Women is an essential resource for counselors, social workers, clergy, laypersons, and anyone else working to end domestic violence and sexual abuse against women.
Category: Family & Relationships

Gendering Struggles Against Informal And Precarious Work

Author : Rina Agarwala
ISBN : 9781787693692
Genre : Business & Economics
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This volume examines how gender shapes the varying and intersecting dynamics of informal/precarious worker struggles in two gender-typed sectors - domestic work and construction. Drawing upon cases across the global North and South, it explores how gender is intertwined into collective organizing efforts, why gender is addressed and to what end.
Category: Business & Economics

Anthony Collins The Man And His Works

Author : James O'Higgins
ISBN : 9789401032179
Genre : History
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This book is the study of a man who caught my interest both because of his own character and of the variety of his activities. It is an attempt to see him in his relationship, intellectual and literary, with the Europe of his day, to gauge his position in the development of Seventeenth and Eighteenth century thought, to examine the origins of his ideas and their effect and to place him in the social context of the England of the early Eighteenth century. The period in which he lived, coming at the beginning of the Enlightenment, was seminal for our own world and the man himself is of contemporary significance because of the similarity of his outlook, ifnot of his beliefs, to that of many today. He was at the centre of the major theological controversy of the Seventeen twenties and was one of the most contentious figures of his time. I would like to acknowledge my obligation to the scholars and librarians who have assisted me in producing this work: to Dr. E. A. O. Whiteman of Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, and to Mrs. M. Kneale, late of the same College; to Bodley's librarian Dr. R. Shackleton; to Dr. D. Rogers, Mr. D. G. Neill and to the staff of the Bodleian, especially those who work in Duke Humphrey; to the librarians of Christ Church, All Souls, St. John's, Wadham, Exeter and Corpus Christi Colleges, Oxford; to Mr. F. G. Emmison, Miss H. E. T.
Category: History

Men Against Fire

Author : S. L. A. Marshall
ISBN : 0806132809
Genre : History
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Originally published: Washington: Infantry Journal; New York: William Morrow & Co., c1947.
Category: History

It S A Working Man S Town

Author : Thomas William Dunk
ISBN : 0773524835
Genre : Social Science
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In a valuable addition to the debate on the nature of contemporary working-class culture, Thomas Dunk examines the ordinary weekend pursuits of working-class males in his home town of Thunder Bay, Ontario. He shows that the function and meaning of gender, ethnicity, popular leisure activities, and common-sense knowledge are intimately linked with the way an individual's experience is structured by class. After reviewing the principal theoretical problems relating to the study of working-class culture and consciousness, Dunk provides a detailed ethnographic analysis of "the Boys" - the male working-class subjects of this study. Male working-class culture, he argues, contains both the seeds of a radical response to social inequality and a defensive reaction against alternative social practices and ideas.
Category: Social Science

Man Against Nature

Author : Gordon Chism
ISBN : 9780615156866
Genre : Reference
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"Man Against Nature: Why Are We Damaging Our Biosphere" presents a unique perspective on the current state of the environment. It is a journey through human life in nature - the time that wrote man's emotional programming - to the modern world's self-destructive patterns. Written in layman's terms to appeal to the non-academic, this book is an entertaining, offbeat, thought-provoking narrative with an interactive component. The reader is encouraged to share his/her own insights of the ideas presented. Through the wisdom of common consciousness, an outside perspective on ourselves can be generated, hopefully leading to an understanding of how to work with our genetic programming and save this beautiful planet.
Category: Reference

Life And Works

Author : Joanna Southcott
ISBN : NYPL:33433061810184
Genre : Prophecies
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Category: Prophecies