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What S The Alternative

Author : Rachel Singer Gordon
ISBN : 1573873330
Genre : Business & Economics
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As the global information economy grows, librarians who are able to retool and transfer their skills are finding themselves increasingly in demand. Here, Rachel Singer Gordon explains the dynamics of the shifting market for information-based work, reveals a range of nontraditional employment opportunities for librarians, and encourages info pros to utilize their skills in new and exciting ways. Mixing practical advice with real-life stories of librarians working in various fields, Gordon provides a wealth of useful ideas and resources for info pros rethinking their career paths. Whether youre a recent library school grad facing a tight job market, a working librarian seeking improved work/life balance, or an info pro with an entrepreneurial streak, Whats the Alternative? will help you explore your options and maximize your career potential.
Category: Business & Economics

What S The Alternative

Author : Malcolm Clark
ISBN : 0522852106
Genre : Alternative medicine
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Have you ever visited a doctor and thought there might be an alternative treatment for your ailment? Or spoken to a naturopath and wondered if a doctor also had an answer? What's the Alternative? delivers sound advice on common complaints from both perspectives: orthodox and complementary medicine. This blend of therapies is the new approach to the practice of medicine. While orthodox medicine provides targeted, effective treatment for many health problems, more and more people are realising that medical treatment should be a holistic process incorporating lifestyle, diet and complementary therapies. Expanding on the popular Sunday Age column of the same name, experienced health professionals General Practitioner Dr Malcolm Clark and Naturopath Terry Robson outline their approaches to more than 80 ailments, including: backache, eczema, high cholesterol, indigestion, period pain, stress and children's ailments. Their easy-to-use guide provides a useful, integrated and balanced perspective to help you make informed decisions about your health care.
Category: Alternative medicine

What S The Alternative

Author : Hazel Courteney
ISBN : 0752205145
Genre : Alterative medicine
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The popular Daily Mail column "What's the Alternative?" is now in a book in easy-to-read A-Z format, with answers to all your questions about alternative therapies and supplements.
Category: Alterative medicine

What S The Point Of News

Author : Tony Harcup
ISBN : 9783030399474
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This book questions whether the news we get is as useful for citizens as it could, or should, be. This international study of news is based on re-thinking and re-conceptualising the news values that underpin understandings of journalism. It goes beyond empirical descriptions of what journalism is to explore normative ideas of what it might become if practised alongside commitments to ethical listening, active citizenship and social justice. It draws lessons from both alternative and mainstream media output; from both journalists and scholars; from both practice and theory. It challenges dominant news values by drawing on insights from feminism, peace journalism and other forms of critical thinking that are usually found on the margins of journalism studies. This original and engaging contribution to knowledge proposes an alternative set of contemporary news values that have significant implications for the news industry, for journalism education and for democracy itself.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

What S The Alternative

Author : Marcos Davila
ISBN : 0557319749
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An alternative lifestyle is a mode of living in which the participants change that which is natural into something that is unnatural. In the Book of Romans, Apostle Paul exposed the men that abandoned the natural use of the women (in married sexual relations) and turned to homosexuality, pedophilia (which is sexual relations with children) and sodomy. Here we can conclude that homosexuality and lesbianism is against nature, or to put it another way, is unnatural and therefore the alternative lifestyle which promotes this type of behavior is also unnatural. Whether you choose to believe it or not, the truth is the truth and it shall make you free.
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The Alternative Detective

Author : Robert Sheckley
ISBN : 9781473207455
Genre : Fiction
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Hob Draconian, American-born but a two-decade resident of Ibiza and a tie-dyed-in-the-wool hippie philosopher, finds himself in Snuff's Landing, New Jersey, doing import/export work on equipment for communes and a little private eye work on the side as The Alternative Detective Agency. His alternate world exists alongside America and Europe but crosses whole other sets of boundaries and ventures into dimensions that are alien to most normal humans but feel like home to Hob. Sultry blondes, missing persons and mysterious circumstances are standard equipment.
Category: Fiction

What S The Meaning Of This

Author : David F. Austin
ISBN : 9781501741074
Genre : Philosophy
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A variety of examples in recent literature on philosophy of mind and language raise serious problems for the traditional analysis of belief (and the other so-called propositional attitudes) as a two-term relation between a believer and a proposition. Because of the attractiveness of the traditional analysis and the absence of a clear alternative, such examples raise genuine puzzles about belief. In this lucid and rigorous book, David F. Austin provides a new test case for any theory of the propositional attitudes. Focusing on a puzzle about beliefs that we express using the demonstratives "this" and "that," Austin shows that a key doctrine in the analytic tradition, the doctrine of propositions, is threatened by inconsistency. The author first explains why the traditional doctrine requires individual propositions to accommodate Kripkean intuitions for direct reference. Austin then formulates a deep puzzle about demonstrative belief, using the book's central example, the Two Tubes case, which involves simultaneous, consistent, occurrent, demonstrative beliefs resulting from direct visual perception. Austin argues that none of the leading propositional theories solves this puzzle, nor do the self-attributive views of Chisholm and Lewis, or Kaplan's three-term view. Austin concludes that although his puzzle remains a puzzle, it gives us reason to supplement, rather than abandon, the use of propositions in analyzing thought, and he sketches a three-term, Russian alternative.
Category: Philosophy

Perspectives On Complementary And Alternative Medicine

Author : Tom Heller
ISBN : 041535160X
Genre : Medical
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Starting from the premise that complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) is a fascinating and fast-changing area of social life, this book explores challenging issues associated with CAM.
Category: Medical

What S The Point Of Knowledge

Author : Michael Hannon
ISBN : 9780190914738
Genre : Philosophy
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This book is about knowledge and its value. At its heart is a straightforward idea: we can answer many interesting and difficult questions in epistemology by reflecting on the role of epistemic evaluation in human life. Michael Hannon calls this approach function-first epistemology. To Hannon, the concept of knowledge is used to identify reliable informants; this practice is necessary, or at least deeply important, because it plays a vital role in human survival, cooperation, and flourishing. Though a seemingly simple idea, function-first epistemology has wide-reaching implications. From this premise, Hannon casts new light on the very nature and value of knowledge, the differences between knowledge and understanding, the relationship between knowledge, assertion, and practical reasoning, and the semantics of knowledge claims. This book forges new paths into some classic philosophical puzzles, including the Gettier problem, epistemic relativism, and philosophical skepticism. What's the Point of Knowledge? shows that pivotal issues in epistemology can be resolved by taking a function-first approach, demonstrating the significant role that this method can play in contemporary philosophy.
Category: Philosophy

What S The Big Deal About Jesus

Author : John Ankerberg
ISBN : 9781937136253
Genre : Religion
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Why is popular culture---in movies books and TV documentaries---expressing renewed interest in Jesus? And why 2000 years after His death does He continue to exert such enormous influence on our world? Tragically the search for answers has been made more difficult by the abundance of erroneous information coming from secular scholars and uninformed media sources. In this volume Bible experts and researchers John Ankerberg and Dillon Burroughs (Middle East Meltdown: Oil Israel and the Religion Behind the Crisis) sort out fact from fiction and provide answers about history's most controversial figure---who Jesus really was what He really taught why He died on a cross and the evidence for His resurrection and His claim to be the Lord and Savior of this world. This is an ideal resource for Christians who want to be equipped to answer the tough questions others are asking about Jesus as well as for non-Christians who are either skeptical or are on a serious quest for truth.
Category: Religion

Tourism New Directions And Alternative Tourism

Author : Stephen Williams
ISBN : 0415243769
Genre : Tourism.
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This collection of key articles from the most influential journals and books in the field examines what social scientists mean by the term tourism, and what it means to be a tourist. Carefully selected and introduced by the editor, this material charts the sociological changes that have occurred in tourism, and the change from the upper-class grand tours of the late nineteenth-century to the mass tourism of the present day. The collection also assesses the economic impacts of tourism on local economies, environmental considerations, and whether the growth of tourism is sustainable in a post-September 11th world. "Tourism: Critical Concepts in the Social Sciences" is an accessible and comprehensive resource designed for academics and scholars researching in tourism, globalization, and human geography.
Category: Tourism.

A Guide To What S Wrong With Economics

Author : Edward Fullbrook
ISBN : 9781843311485
Genre : Business & Economics
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From the 1960s onward, neoclassical economists have increasingly managed to block the employment of non-neoclassical economists, narrow the economics curriculum offered by universities to students, and made their theory increasingly irrelevant to understanding economic reality. Now, they are even banishing economic history and the history of economic thought from the curriculum. Why has this tragedy happened? At this time of accelerating momentum for radical change in the study of economics, "A Guide to What's Wrong with Economics" comprehensively examines the shortcomings of neoclassical economics and considers a number of alternative formulations. In it, a distinguished list of non-neoclassical economists provide an examination of some of the many worldly and logical gaps in neoclassical economics, its hidden ideological agendas, disregard for the environment, habitual misuse of mathematics and statistics, inability to address the major issues of economic globalization, its ethical cynicism concerning poverty, racism and sexism, and its misrepresentation of economic history. In clear and engaging prose, "A Guide to What's Wrong with Economics" shows how interesting, relevant and exciting economics can be when it is pursued, not as the defense of an antiquated and close-minded system of belief, but as a no-holds barred inquiry looking for real-world truths. This book is a must-read for all economists and their graduate students, as well as for the general reader.
Category: Business & Economics

Religious Diversity What S The Problem

Author : Rita M. Gross
ISBN : 9781630871789
Genre : Religion
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Once upon a time, on grounds of both religion and common sense, people assumed that the earth was flat and that the sun literally rose and set each day. When newly developing knowledge made those beliefs untenable, giving them up was difficult. Today the belief that only one of the world's various religions is true for all people on earth is equivalent to the belief in a flat earth. Both notions have become untenable, given contemporary knowledge about religion. Even though many people are still troubled by the existence of religious diversity today, that diversity is a fact of life. Religious diversity should be no more troubling to religious people than the fact that the earth is round and circles the sun. This provocative book, based on the author's longtime practice of Buddhism and comparative study of religion, provides tools with which one can truly appreciate religious diversity as a gift and resource rather than as a deficiency or a problem to be overcome. After we accept diversity as inevitable and become comfortable with it, diversity always enriches life--both nature and culture.
Category: Religion

Socialism

Author : Hyman Frankel
ISBN : 9781906791575
Genre : Political Science
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It is aimed at those, especially young people, who have just become involved politically, as well as those engaged in single issue movements, having come across the word 'socialism' and want to know more about it. It is not a detailed text book on the subject. The author was a full-time trade union official most of his working life (he is now retired) and was also involved politically on the left, so is able to write with some experience and knowledge on the subject. The book opens with an attempt to described capitalism as it is now, then deals with the basic ideas of socialism. It then takes the reader more deeply into the politics and economics of socialism from a Marxist standpoint. The remaining chapters deal with various social problems of today, including the growing gap between rich and poor and between rich and poor nations, feminism, racism, democracy, freedom and liberty under socialism, etc. It considers the road to socialism in the light of past attempts to set up socialist regimes, e.g. the Paris Commune of 1870-71 and the Russian Revolution from 1917 to the collapse of the Soviet system in 1989-91. It has a chapter on the history of the idea of socialism-communism in Britain and Europe. It also deals with the present and the future of the several new Latin American left-wing regimes and concludes with a discussion of the situation in Britain today in the light of the 'New' Labour government's swing to the right. It arrives at a conclusion that the future of socialism in Britain - if it has a future at all - lies with ordinary people and their battle for political and economic democracy, peace, liberty and justice.
Category: Political Science

Alive And Well At The End Of The Day

Author : Paul D. Balmert
ISBN : 9781118211359
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Proven strategies and tactics that you can use to lead workers to safety Industrial facilities supervisors, from front-line managers to CEOs, can depend on Alive and Well at the End of the Day for tested and proven management and leadership practices that ensure the safety of their workers. With more than thirty years of hands-on experience in the chemical industry, including front-line management, author Paul Balmert understands the challenges facing supervisors in industrial facilities. His advice, based on firsthand experience, shows you how to identify and correct flaws in industrial practices. Moreover, he shows you how to lead by example, overcoming all obstacles that interfere with safety. Rather than focus on theory, this book offers concrete strategies and tactics that enable you to: Recognize and capitalize on the moments when workers are most receptive to learning safety Discover what's really going on when you tour and inspect plant operations Engage in a helpful discussion with someone who is not following safety guidelines Understand the various types of risk involved in an industrial operation Implement a comprehensive strategy to manage and minimize risk Throughout the book, plenty of case studies and examples illustrate key challenges alongside step-by-step solutions. You'll also learn how to understand and leverage the psychology and motivations of your staff in order to fully implement safety practices and procedures. In short, with this book as your guide, you will be equipped and ready to lead your staff to safety.
Category: Technology & Engineering

The Alternative

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105014103811
Genre : United States
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The Queer Art Of Failure

Author : Judith Halberstam
ISBN : 9780822350453
Genre : Performing Arts
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The Queer Art of Failure is about finding alternatives - to conventional understandings of success in a heteronormative, capitalist society; to academic disciplines that confirm what is already known according to approved methods of knowing; and to cultural criticism that has extensively theorized hegemony but paid little attention to counter-hegemony. Judith Halberstam proposes "low theory" as a means of recovering ways of being and forms of knowledge not legitimized by existing systems and institutions. Low theory is derived from eccentric archives. It runs the risk of not being taken seriously. It entails a willingness to fail and to lose one's way. Tacking back and forth between high theory and low theory, high culture and low culture, Halberstam looks for the unexpected and subversive in popular culture, avant-garde performance, and queer art. She pays particular attention to animated children's films, contending that new forms of animation, especially CGI, have generated narratives filled with unexpected encounters between the childish, the transformative, and the queer. Dismantling contemporary logics of success, Halberstam demonstrates that failure sometimes offers more creative, cooperative, and surprising ways of being in the world.
Category: Performing Arts

Dress And Globalisation

Author : Margaret Maynard
ISBN : 0719063892
Genre : Design
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This work surveys dress and identity of cultures around the world. It draws on issues of consumption, ethnicity, gender and the body, as well as anthropological accounts and studies of representation.
Category: Design

What S The Import

Author : Kerry McSweeney
ISBN : 9780773560345
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Two conspicuous features of the radical transformation of literary studies over the past three decades have been the dominance of theory-based interpretative discourse and cultural studies contextualizations. Both have greatly energized literary studies - but they have done so at a cost.
Category: Literary Criticism

What S The Good Of Education

Author : Stephen Machin
ISBN : 0691117349
Genre : Business & Economics
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Volumes have been written about the value of more and better education. But is there sufficient evidence to support the commonly held belief that we, as individuals and as a community, should be investing more in education? This book explores that question in unprecedented detail, drawing on empirical evidence from an impressive array of sources. While much of the focus is on the educational system in the United Kingdom, the book offers lessons of international applicability. A state-of-the-art compendium on education policy and its impact on educational attainment, the book examines numerous large-scale data sources on individual pupils and schools. The questions the book considers are far-ranging: How much do teachers matter for children's educational attainment? What payoff do people get from acquiring more education when they enter the labor market? How well do education systems function to provide employers with the skills they want? The book concludes by issuing some strong policy recommendations and offering an evaluation of what does and does not work in improving educational attainment. The recommendations address such issues as school effectiveness, education financing, individual investment in education, government education initiatives, higher education, labor market rewards, and lifelong learning.
Category: Business & Economics