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Sharing Spaces

Author : Nadia Nichols
ISBN : 9781459221628
Genre : Fiction
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Go Fish! Senna McCallum was never close to her grandfather, so when he leaves her his new business—a rustic Labrador fishing retreat—she's shocked, to say the least. Especially when she discovers there's a catch: he owns only half the business. The other half belongs to a man named Jack Hanson. All Senna wants to do is get in, sell her share and get out. But it isn't quite that easy. For one thing, Jack's not the old man she assumed he was. He's thirtysomething, handsome and stubborn. For another, Senna finds herself increasingly drawn to Jack's way of life. As they work to make the fishing lodge a success, she begins to wonder if she wants to be more than just his business partner….
Category: Fiction

Sharing Spaces Volume 1

Author : Alicia Michaels
Genre : Fiction
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Lovers of the television show, New Girl, or Cambria Hebert's Hashtag series will love this collection of romantic comedies that follows a group of roommates through college. Join them on a journey through friendship, love, and the trials of navigating that tricky area between the teen years and adulthood. Book 1: V-Card Jennifer is determined to lose her virginity by her 21st birthday, and thinks she's found the perfect guy for the job. But when feelings for her roommate and friend, Luke, make themselves apparent, Jenn is faced with a difficult choice. A funny, lighthearted story about understanding true womanhood and lasting love. Book 2: Brat She's a shopaholic with daddy issues. He's a socially conscious tree-hugger. They seem like a match made in Hell, but when a one-night stand results in an unplanned pregnancy, Chloe and Chase are forced to make difficult choices while confronting their feelings for one another. Book 3: Thin Kinsley Simmons has always been the 'perfect girl'. But, when her ambition and type A personality drive her toward an eating disorder, she has no choice but to enter a recovery facility. While there, she encounters counselor Royce Adams, who sees past her perfect facade to the girl within. As their friendship blossoms into something more Kinsley will find in Royce the strength to face the reasons behind her disorder.
Category: Fiction

Sharing Spaces And Students

Author : Holly A. Jackson
ISBN : 0838947883
Genre : Academic libraries
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As library partnerships with other campus departments become more and more common, it's important that libraries know how to plan for these partnerships and hire, train, and assess the students who will work within them. With prompts, ideas for goal setting, agreements, checklists, and more, "Sharing Spaces and Students" can help you create your plan for student workers, ensure healthy and happy library partnerships, and serve the students using these crucial services.--Publisher's website.
Category: Academic libraries

Sharing Sacred Spaces In The Mediterranean

Author : Dionigi Albera
ISBN : 9780253223173
Genre : History
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While devotional practices are usually viewed as mechanisms for reinforcing religious boundaries, in the multicultural, multiconfessional world of the Eastern Mediterranean, shared shrines sustain intercommunal and interreligious contact among groups. Heterodox, marginal, and largely ignored by central authorities, these practices persist despite aggressive, homogenizing nationalist movements. This volume challenges much of the received wisdom concerning the three major monotheistic religions and the "clash of civilizations." Contributors examine intertwined religious traditions along the shores of the Near East from North Africa to the Balkans.
Category: History

Trans Himalayan Buddhism Re Connecting Spaces Sharing Concerns

Author : Ms Suchandana Chatterjee
ISBN : 9789385714955
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Trans-Himalayan Buddhism is not simply a cultural spectacle across spaces north and south, east and west of the Himalayas. It is also a subject of interactive behaviour among Buddhist communities who have been dispersed over the Kunlun mountains or the Kashgar markets that have been the meeting points of pilgrims, traders, merchants, envoys, military men, artists and scholar travelers. The northern reach of Buddhism is incomprehensible without reflections on shared histories and common concerns which the book tries to focus on. The ambit of Buddhist studies reflects not only the spiritual and philosophical domain of Buddhism but also a symbiotic relationship between the monastic establishment and protectors of cultural tradition-a trend that one sees in the context of Buddhist revivalist projects in Mongolia and Buryatia. The presence of a Buddhist order in the political realm has revived intellectual debates about the relationship between spiritual and temporal authority. The interface between South Asian and South East Buddhism on the one hand and Central Asian Buddhism on the other is also delicately balanced in Buddhist cultural discourse. The relevance of Buddhism in a globalized world has also given a new direction to the realm of Buddhist studies. This book takes into account the competing discourses of preservation and revival of Buddhism in the trans-Himalayan sector. It not only deals with the cultural ethos that Buddhism represents in this region but also the diverse Buddhist traditions that are strongly entrenched despite colonial intervention. Juxtaposed to the aesthetic variant is the extremely sensitive response of the Buddhist communities in India and Asiatic Russia centred round the issue of displacement. It is this issue of duality of common traditions and fractured identities that has been dealt with in the present volume.

Sharing Spaces

Author : Robert Sweeny
ISBN : 9780776628592
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Sherry Olson has almost always worked with others, inspiring them to ground their research in an empathetic understanding of the human condition. Through this team work, she has made signal contributions in fields as diverse as environmental, social, urban, and women’s histories, as well as public health, demography, and geographic information systems (GIS). In this volume, a critical assessment of her life’s work is complemented by original pieces advancing our knowledge in these remarkably diverse fields. From the environmental impact of colonial settlement in New Zealand to racial segregation in Chicago, from the demography of the Mauricie and marriage patterns of Quebec City to the inns, gay spaces, and landladies of Montreal, this collection demonstrates the complexity of sharing space in the past and its centrality to any critical understandings of the global challenges we face in the present. This book is published in English. - Sherry Olson a presque toujours travaillé en équipe, incitant ses collègues à ancrer leurs recherches dans une compréhension empathique de la condition humaine. Cela lui a permis d’offrir des contributions majeures dans un large éventail de domaines, notamment l’histoire de l’environnement, des relations sociales, de la vie urbaine et des femmes, la santé publique, la démographie et les systèmes d’information géographique. Dans cet ouvrage, des études originales viennent s’ajouter à l’évaluation critique qui est faite de l’oeuvre de sa vie, permettant ainsi d’approfondir nos connaissances dans ces domaines. En abordant des sujets allant de l’impact environnemental de la colonisation en Nouvelle-Zélande à la ségrégation raciale à Chicago, en passant par la démographie de la région de la Mauricie, les modèles matrimoniaux de Québec et les auberges, les quartiers gais et les logeuses de Montréal, ce recueil démontre toute la complexité du partage de l’espace dans le passé et son importance cruciale pour une compréhension critique des défis globaux de notre époque. Ce livre est publié en anglais.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Sharing Spaces

Author : Jessica Rose
ISBN : UOM:39015043714339
Genre : Religion
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In a discussion on how counsellors integrate prayer and professional practice, someone asked why it had taken so long for someone to ask such an obvious question. Perhaps it has something to do with the fact that it highlights areas that require deeply personal answers. They touch on practice at the level or what we believe about the very nature of human beings and our relationships with each other.’ The counselling profession is committed to being non-directive and non-judgmental. But what happens when prayer is part of the counsellor’s life? Or part of the client’s? Or both?Sharing Spaces? is a practical and insightful contribution to an under-explored area, looking at ways in which prayer can inform and nourish the counselling process, as well as ways in which the two areas can be difficult to integrate.
Category: Religion

Making And Sharing The Space Among Women And Men

Author : Maria Ericson
ISBN : 9781920109875
Genre : Abused women
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This book explores how contemporary notions of reconciliation as a process of building, rebuilding and transforming relationships in the pursuit of a ?just peace?, or God?s shalom, may be applied not only to ?race?, but also to gender relations in post-apartheid and post?TRC South Africa. After highlighting links between the past, the present and the future with regard to such relations in wider South African society, critical questions are asked about the churches as spaces and agents of a gender-inclusive shalom.
Category: Abused women

Shared Space

Author : Great Britain: Department for Transport
ISBN : 0115532099
Genre : Business & Economics
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Shared space is a design approach that seeks to change the way streets operate by reducing the dominance of motor vehicles, primarily through lower speeds and encouraging drivers to behave more accommodatingly towards pedestrians. This Local Transport Note is mainly concerned with the use of shared space on links. While it focuses on High Street environments, many of its principles will apply to other types of shared space. It is aimed at assisting those designing and preparing street improvement and management schemes. Particular emphasis is placed on stakeholder engagement and inclusive design, where the needs of a diverse range of people in terms of disability, age etc. are properly considered at all stages of the development process, and on sustainable design where future maintenance needs are considered as part of the design process
Category: Business & Economics

College Students Experiences Of Power And Marginality

Author : Elizabeth M. Lee
ISBN : 1138785547
Genre : Education
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As scholars and administrators have sharpened their focus on higher education beyond trends in access and graduation rates for underrepresented college students, there are growing calls for understanding the experiential dimensions of college life. This contributed book explores what actually happens on campus as students from an increasingly wide range of backgrounds enroll and share space. Chapter authors investigate how students of differing socioeconomic backgrounds, genders, and racial/ethnic groups navigate academic institutions alongside each other. Rather than treat diversity as mere difference, this volume provides dynamic analyses of how students come to experience both power and marginality in their campus lives. Each chapter comprises an empirical qualitative study from scholars engaged in cutting-edge research about campus life. This exciting book provides administrators and faculty new ways to think about students' vulnerabilities and strengths.
Category: Education

Sharing Spaces

Author : Gus Worby
ISBN : 1920845208
Genre : Aboriginal Australians
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A collection of conversations and essays by Elders, indigenous and non-indigenous scholars addresses a range of contemporary issues including the politics of space sharing derived from a colonial history of non-sharing, the relationship between the stories Australians tell themselves about their place as a nation.
Category: Aboriginal Australians

Sustainable Transportation Planning

Author : Jeffrey Tumlin
ISBN : 9781118127629
Genre : Architecture
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"The Great American Dream of cruising down the parkway, zippingfrom here to there at any time has given way to a true nightmarethat is destroying the environment, costing billions and deeplyimpacting our personal well-being. Getting from A to B has neverbeen more difficult, expensive or miserable. It doesn't have to bethis way. Jeffrey Tumlin's book Sustainable TransportationPlanning offers easy-to-understand, clearly explained tips andtechniques that will allow us to quite literally take back ourroads. Essential reading for anyone who wants to drive ourtransportation system out of the gridlock." -Marianne Cusato, home designer and author of Get Your HouseRight: Architectural Elements to Use and Avoid ?The book is full of useful ideas on nearly every page.? ? Bill DiBennedetto of Triple Pundit As transportations-related disciplines of urban planning,architecture, landscape architecture, urban economics, and socialpolicy have undergone major internal reform efforts in recentdecades Written in clear, easy-to-follow language, this bookprovides planning practitioners with the tools they need to achievetheir cities? economic development, social equity and ecologicalsustainability goals. Starting with detailed advice for improvingeach mode of transportation, the book offers guidance on balancingthe needs of each mode against each other, whether on a downtownstreet, or a small town neighborhood, or a regional network.
Category: Architecture

Sharing Spaces

Author : Heather Alexander
ISBN : 0743261518
Genre : Study Aids
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Ready for roommate 101? College students reveal the secret to getting along with your roommate(s): Dealing with conflict, successful sharing, hook-up etiquette, maintaining privacy, and much more!
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Space Territory And The State

Author : Raṇabīra Samāddāra
ISBN : 8125022090
Genre : Boundaries
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This collection of essays addresses the neglected issues of space, border and statelessness in international politics and contributes a much needed view from the South . Importantly, it asserts that chasms created by borders (including those between India and Pakistan) can be bridged by dialogue, a little analysed tool in international relations.
Category: Boundaries

Watch This Space

Author : Hadley Dyer
ISBN : 9781554532933
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Examines a variety of subjects concerning public space and helps young readers identify public space in their communities, how it is used, and why it is important, alerting them to the need to create, preserve, and protect it.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Choreographies Of Shared Sacred Sites

Author : Elazar Barkan
ISBN : 9780231538060
Genre : Political Science
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This anthology explores the dynamics of shared religious sites in Turkey, the Balkans, Palestine/Israel, Cyprus, and Algeria, indicating where local and national stakeholders maneuver between competition and cooperation, coexistence and conflict. Contributors probe the notion of coexistence and the logic that underlies centuries of "sharing," exploring when and why sharing gets interrupted—or not—by conflict, and the policy consequences. These essays map the choreographies of shared sacred spaces within the framework of state-society relations, juxtaposing a site's political and religious features and exploring whether sharing or contestation is primarily religious or politically motivated. Although religion and politics are intertwined phenomena, the contributors to this volume understand the category of "religion" and the "political" as devices meant to distinguish between the theological and confessional aspects of religion and the political goals of groups. Their comparative approach better represents the transition in some cases of sites into places of hatred and violence, while in other instances they remain noncontroversial. The essays clearly delineate the religious and political factors that contribute to the context and causality of conflict at these sites and draw on history and anthropology to shed light on the often rapid switch from relative tolerance to distress to peace and calm.
Category: Political Science

Proceedings Of The 4th Many Core Applications Research Community Marc Symposium

Author : Peter Tröger
ISBN : 9783869561691
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In continuation of a successful series of events, the 4th Many-core Applications Research Community (MARC) symposium took place at the HPI in Potsdam on December 8th and 9th 2011. Over 60 researchers from different fields presented their work on many-core hardware architectures, their programming models, and the resulting research questions for the upcoming generation of heterogeneous parallel systems.

Multiscalar Processors

Author : Manoj Franklin
ISBN : 1402072864
Genre : Computers
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Multiscalar Processors presents a comprehensive treatment of the basic principles of Multiscalar execution, and advanced techniques for implementing the Multiscalar concepts. Special emphasis is placed on highlighting the major challenges involved in Multiscalar processing. This book is organized into nine chapters, and provides an excellent synopsis of a large body of research carried out on multiscalar processors in the last decade. It starts with technology trends that provide an impetus to the development of multiscalar processors and shape the development of future processors. The work ends with a review of the recent developments related to multiscalar processors.
Category: Computers