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Wonder and Education

Author : ,

ISBN10 : 1350071919

Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing

Number of Pages : 240

Category : Education

Viewed : 1969

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Book Summary: Many people, whether educators or not, will agree that an education that does not inspire wonder is barren. Wonder is commonly perceived as akin to curiosity, as stimulating inquiry, and as something that enhances pleasure in learning, but there are many experiences of wonder that do not have an obvious place in education. In Wonder and Education, Anders Schinkel theorises a kind of wonder with less obvious yet fundamental educational importance which he calls 'contemplative wonder'. Contemplative wonder disrupts frameworks of understanding that are taken for granted and perceived as natural and draws our attention to the world behind our constructions, sparking our interest in the world as something worth attending to for its own sake rather than for our purposes. It opens up space for the consideration of (radical) alternatives wherever it occurs, and in many cases is linked with deep experiences of value; therefore, it is not just important for education in general, but also, more specifically, for moral and political education.

THE INDIAN LISTENER

Author : All India Radio (AIR),New Delhi

ISBN10 :

Publisher : All India Radio (AIR),New Delhi

Number of Pages : 88

Category : Antiques & Collectibles

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Book Summary: The Indian Listener (fortnightly programme journal of AIR in English) published by The Indian State Broadcasting Service,Bombay ,started on 22 December, 1935 and was the successor to the Indian Radio Times in english, which was published beginning in July 16 of 1927. From 22 August ,1937 onwards, it was published by All India Radio,New Delhi.In 1950,it was turned into a weekly journal. Later,The Indian listener became "Akashvani" in January 5, 1958. It was made a fortnightly again on July 1,1983. It used to serve the listener as a bradshaw of broadcasting ,and give listener the useful information in an interesting manner about programmes,who writes them,take part in them and produce them along with photographs of performing artists. It also contains the information of major changes in the policy and service of the organisation. NAME OF THE JOURNAL: The Indian Listener LANGUAGE OF THE JOURNAL: English DATE,MONTH & YEAR OF PUBLICATION: 07-05-1944 PERIODICITY OF THE JOURNAL: Fortnightly NUMBER OF PAGES: 88 VOLUME NUMBER: Vol. IX, No. 10 BROADCAST PROGRAMME SCHEDULE PUBLISHED(PAGE NOS): 10-11, 13-15, 21-84 ARTICLE: 1. The Burma Front And Beyond (Progress Of The War) 2. Places In The News 3. Situation In Burma 4. Voice, Sound, Music 5. Seeing India With A Camera AUTHOR: 1. Usmad Ahmed Ansari 2. Capt. S. R. Smyth 3. U BA Tin 4. Murrey Dyer 5. Cecil Beaton KEYWORDS: 1. Important Battle, Jumping Off Place, Hukawng Valley 2. Globle Warfare, Geograph, Imphal, Kohima 3. Burmese, Thakins Are Restive, Burmese Executive Administration 4. Human Voice, Microphone, Composer, Music 5. Ministry Of Information, Monsoon, Camera Document ID: INL-1943-44(D-J) Vol-1 (10)

The Politics of Sex Trafficking

Author : E. O'Brien,S. Hayes,B. Carpenter

ISBN10 : 1137318708

Publisher : Springer

Number of Pages : 225

Category : Social Science

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Book Summary: This book offers a unique insight into the moral politics behind human trafficking policy in Australia and the USA, including rare interviews with key political actors, and a critical account of Congressional and Parliamentary hearings.

Compassion

Author : Lauren Berlant

ISBN10 : 1135231648

Publisher : Routledge

Number of Pages : 256

Category : Social Science

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Book Summary: In Compassion, ten scholars draw on literature, psychoanalysis, and social history to provide an archive of cases and genealogies of compassion. Together these essays demonstrate how "being compassionate" is shaped by historical specificity and social training, and how the idea of compassion takes place in scenes that are anxious, volatile, surprising, and even contradictory.

Meals in the Early Christian World

Author : Dennis E. Smith

ISBN10 : 1137032480

Publisher : Springer

Number of Pages : 315

Category : History

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Book Summary: This book provides three categories of investigation: 1) The Typology and Context of the Greco-Roman Banquet, 2) Who Was at the Greco-Roman Banquets, and 3) The Culture of Reclining. Together these studies establish festive meals as an essential lens into social formation in the Greco-Roman world.

A Grief Like No Other

Author : Kathleen O'Hara

ISBN10 : 0786736410

Publisher : Da Capo Press

Number of Pages : 256

Category : Self-Help

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Book Summary: A Grief Like No Other is the book no one wants to ever have to buy; sadly, many people continue to need it. From 9/11 to Cindy Sheehan's son – from mass tragedies like the recent London bombings to Law and Order type crimes that make the news only to be replaced by another name. As such, more people are left with the aftermath of dealing with the violent death of a loved one. It brings its own special brand of grieving since victim's families can spend years dealing with legal ramifications, guilt, and a myriad of other circumstances that don't accompany "normal" deaths. Kathleen O'Hara knows both sides of this coin. As a therapist, she has counseled hundreds of people dealing with grief. As a mother, she saw her worst fears realized when her college-aged son was brutally murdered in 1999. In the aftermath of Aaron's murder, O'Hara developed the seven stage journey that is at the heart of A Grief Like No Other. Although this is a book for those left behind in the aftermath of violence, it offers concrete and practical steps and stages, allowing family and friends safe passage through this incredibly harrowing journey.

THE INDIAN LISTENER

Author : The Indian State Broadcasting Service,Bombay

ISBN10 :

Publisher : The Indian State Broadcasting Service,Bombay

Number of Pages : 59

Category : Antiques & Collectibles

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Book Summary: The Indian Listener began in 22 December, 1935 and was the successor to the Indian Radio Times, which was published beginning in July of 1927 with editions in Bengali.The Indian Listener became "Akashvani" in January, 1958.It consist of list of programmes,Programme information and photographs of different performing arrtist of ALL INDIA RADIO. NAME OF THE JOURNAL: The Indian Listener LANGUAGE OF THE JOURNAL: English DATE,MONTH & YEAR OF PUBLICATION: 22-04-1936 PERIODICITY OF THE JOURNAL: Fortnightly NUMBER OF PAGES: 59 VOLUME NUMBER: Vol. I. No. 9. BROADCAST PROGRAMME SCHEDULE PUBLISHED(PAGE NOS): 448-476, 478, 480, 482, 484, 486 ARTICLES: 1. Book Review (Wireless: Its Principle An Practice (Third Edition)) Author of Article: 1. R.W. Hutchinson Keywords: 1. First Course In Wireless, Rewritten Work, Radio, Electricity Document ID:INL-1935-36 (D-D) Vol-I (09)

Epistolary Encounters in Neo-Victorian Fiction

Author : K. Brindle

ISBN10 : 1137007168

Publisher : Springer

Number of Pages : 224

Category : Literary Criticism

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Book Summary: Neo-Victorian writers invoke conflicting viewpoints in diaries, letters, etc. to creatively retrace the past in fragmentary and contradictory ways. This book explores the complex desires involved in epistolary discoveries of 'hidden' Victorians, offering new insight into the creative synthesising of critical thought within the neo-Victorian novel.

The New Arab Journalist

Author : Lawrence Pintak

ISBN10 : 0857730088

Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing

Number of Pages : 304

Category : Social Science

Viewed : 1922

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Book Summary: The Arab media is in the midst of a revolution that will inform questions of war and peace in the Middle East, political and societal reform, and relations between the West and the Arab World. Drawing on the first broad cross-border survey of Arab journalists, first-person interviews with scores of reporters and editors, and his three decades' experience reporting from the Middle East, Lawrence Pintak examines how Arab journalists see themselves and their mission at this critical time in the evolution of the Arab media. He explores how, in a diverse Arab media landscape expressing myriad opinions, journalists are still under siege as governments fight a rear-guard action to manage the message. This innovative book breaks through the stereotypes about Arab journalists to reveal the fascinating and complex reality - and what it means for the rest of us.

Counter-Narrative

Author : H.L. Goodall Jr

ISBN10 : 1315431475

Publisher : Routledge

Number of Pages : 207

Category : Psychology

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Book Summary: Goodall portrays a world caught up in the middle of a narrative arms race, where the message of the political right has outflanked the message of the political left. It is a world where narratives used by the far right inch ever closer to those employed by right-wing extremists in the Muslim world. Rather than dismiss the use of political narratives as a shallow tactic of the opposition, Goodall promotes their usefulness and outlines a number of ways that liberal academics can retake the public discourse from the extremist opposition. This is an essential text for the aspiring public intellectual and will appeal to students and scholars of qualitative methods, communications and media, and political science alike.

Paris-Edinburgh

Author : Siân Reynolds

ISBN10 : 1317084063

Publisher : Routledge

Number of Pages : 240

Category : History

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Book Summary: By the end of the nineteenth century, Paris was widely acknowledged as the cultural capital of the world, the home of avant-garde music and art, symbolist literature and bohemian culture. Edinburgh, by contrast, may still be thought of as a rather staid city of lawyers and Presbyterian ministers, academics and doctors. While its great days as a centre for the European Enlightenment may have been behind it, however, late Victorian Edinburgh was becoming the location for a new set of cultural institutions, with its own avant-garde, that corresponded with a renewed Scottish national consciousness. While Morningside was never going to be Montparnasse, the period known as the Belle Epoque was a time in both French and Scottish society when there were stirrings of non-conformity, which often clashed with a still powerful establishment. And in this respect, French bourgeois society could be as resistant to change as the suburbs of Edinburgh. With travel and communication becoming ever easier, a growing number of international contacts developed that allowed such new and radical cultural ideas to flourish. In a series of linked essays, based on research into contemporary archives, documents and publications in both countries, as well as on new developments in cultural research, this book explores an unexpected dimension of Scottish history, while also revealing the Scottish contribution to French history. In a broader sense, and particularly as regards gender, it considers what is meant by 'modern' or 'radical' in this period, without imposing any single model. In so doing, it seeks not to treat Paris-Edinburgh links in isolation, or to exaggerate them, but to use them to provide a fresh perspective on the internationalism of the Belle Epoque.

Progressive Museum Practice

Author : George E Hein

ISBN10 : 1315421836

Publisher : Routledge

Number of Pages : 255

Category : Social Science

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Book Summary: Preeminent museum education theorist George E. Hein explores the work, philosophy, and impact of educational reformer John Dewey and his importance for museums. Hein traces current practice in museum education to Dewey's early 20th-century ideas about education, democracy, and progress toward improving society, and in so doing provides a rare history of museum education as a profession. Giving special attention to the progressive individuals and institutions who followed Dewey in developing the foundations for the experiential learning that is considered best practice today, Hein demonstrates a parallel between contemporary theories about education and socio-political progress and, specifically, the significance of museums for sustaining and advancing a democratic society.

Children’s Bibles in America

Author : Russell W. Dalton

ISBN10 : 0567660176

Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing

Number of Pages : 304

Category : Religion

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Book Summary: Children's Bibles have been among the most popular and influential types of religious publications in the United States, providing many Americans with their first formative experiences of the Bible and its stories. In Children's Bibles in America, Russell W. Dalton explores the variety of ways in which children's Bibles have adapted, illustrated, and retold Bible stories for children throughout U.S. history. This reception history of the story of Noah as it appears in children's Bibles provides striking examples of the multivalence and malleability of biblical texts, and offers intriguing snapshots of American culture and American religion in their most basic forms. Dalton demonstrates the ways in which children's Bibles reflect and reveal America's diverse and changing beliefs about God, childhood, morality, and what must be passed on to the next generation. Dalton uses the popular story of Noah's ark as a case study, exploring how it has been adapted and appropriated to serve in a variety of social agendas. Throughout America's history, the image of God in children's Bible adaptations of the story of Noah has ranged from that of a powerful, angry God who might destroy children at any time to that of a friendly God who will always keep children safe. At the same time, Noah has been lifted up as a model of virtues ranging from hard work and humble obedience to patience and positive thinking. Dalton explores these uses of the story of Noah and more as he engages the fields of biblical studies, the history of religion in America, religious education, childhood studies, and children's literature.

Set Your Phaser to Stun

Author : Steve Pearse

ISBN10 : 9781465343369

Publisher : Xlibris Corporation

Number of Pages : 467

Category : Science

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Book Summary: Book Summary This book is a scientific investigation into the Extraterrestrial Hypothesis, which demonstrates beyond a reasonable doubt that we are being visited by extraterrestrial Beings from another World. This story involves two unrelated cases of abduction. The first case is the well known Betty and Barney Hill case that was published in The Interrupted Journey in 1961, and Captured in 2007. The second case involves a married couple named Kay and Erik Wilson whose experiences were published in The Alien Jigsaw in 1993 and its accompanying Researchers Supplement in 1994. Information from both of these cases have been merged together to prove that the star map that Betty Hill drew was not only real, but it was actually Earth based. The Wilson case proved to be the key in unlocking the door. Like Betty Hill, once again, a brave soul had the courage to ask the Beings where they come from; and as a result of this unique one on one conversation between Erik Wilson and a Grey, without realizing it, he was given major clues to find their home world. Set Your Phaser To Stun! reveals that Bettys star map is real and the Extraterrestrial Hypothesis has been purposely skewed to deceive the public. When Carl Sagan involved himself in this dispute many years ago, he claimed Bettys star map only showed meaningless random dots, which were not specific points of reference for any known stars. This book proves that Sagan was wrong and was involved in what some people claim to be scientific misconduct relating to the UFO subject. The stars that Betty Hill drew of the star map she was shown in 1961 are anything but random. Set Your Phaser To Stun! takes a fresh new look at the Betty and Barney Hill case and examines previous interpretations of the star map, with particular emphasis on Marjorie Fishs Zeta Reticuli Interpretation. This new research, which began in the year 2000, uncovers the fact that some of our closest neighborhood stars are linked in a network of trade and exploration by a highly advanced extraterrestrial civilization that is less than 50 light years away from us. The real shock is the location of Sol, our sun, and the role humans play in the aliens agenda. For far too long the establishment has systematically denied the Extraterrestrial Hypothesis has any substance. This opinionated stance has been based on the urgent need to control the dissemination of news that they feared would ultimately damage the fabric of our society should it be released. An extreme political drama of the highest order has been blocking disclosure. The Military Industrial Complex has been unwilling to relinquish control to civilian authorities and there is a grave fear that disclosure will have a severe, negative impact on our Religious Institutions worldwide. They fear allowing the public access to information which would severely challenge the traditional belief that humanity is unique and has a special relationship to God. The official position on this subject is based upon the idea that society is not prepared to handle the psychological impact of the knowledge that we are not alone in the universe. They have even gone so far as resorting to scientific misconduct because they are deeply afraid of possible societal upheaval. Fortunately, in May of 2008, a remarkable turn of events occurred within the Catholic Church when astronomer Father Gabriel Funes wrote in the Vatican Newspaper that intelligent beings created by God could exist in outer space. He moved further toward official legitimization of the acceptance of other life by calling the aliens our Brothers and Sisters. This was the beginning of a slow and well planned acclimation process of one billion Catholics worldwide. It has often been stated that we would have to rewrite history if contact with an alien civilization ever took place. Set Your Phaser To Stun!- is the beginning of that process.

The Palgrave Handbook of Contemporary Heritage Research

Author : E. Waterton,S. Watson

ISBN10 : 113729356X

Publisher : Springer

Number of Pages : 586

Category : History

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Book Summary: This book explores heritage from a wide range of perspectives and disciplines and in doing so provides a distinctive and deeply relevant survey of the field as it is currently researched, understood and practiced around the world.

Cyberwar

Author : Kathleen Hall Jamieson

ISBN10 : 0197528953

Publisher : Oxford University Press

Number of Pages : 336

Category : Political Science

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Book Summary: The question of how Donald Trump won the 2016 election looms over his presidency. In particular, were the 78,000 voters who gave him an Electoral College victory affected by the Russian trolls and hackers? Trump has denied it. So has Vladimir Putin. Others cast the answer as unknowable. In Cyberwar, Kathleen Hall Jamieson marshals the troll posts, unique polling data, analyses of how the press used hacked content, and a synthesis of half a century of media effects literature to argue that, although not certain, it is probable that the Russians helped elect the 45th president of the United States. In the process, she asks: How extensive was the troll messaging? What characteristics of social media did the Russians exploit? Why did the mainstream press rush the hacked content into the citizenry's newsfeeds? Was Clinton telling the truth when she alleged that the debate moderators distorted what she said in the leaked speeches? Did the Russian influence extend beyond social media and news to alter the behavior of FBI director James Comey? After detailing the ways in which Russian efforts were abetted by the press, social media, candidates, party leaders, and a polarized public, Cyberwar closes with a warning: the country is ill-prepared to prevent a sequel. In this updated paperback edition, Jamieson covers the many new developments that have come to light since the original publication.

Victorian Unfinished Novels

Author : S. Tomaiuolo

ISBN10 : 1137008180

Publisher : Springer

Number of Pages : 204

Category : Fiction

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Book Summary: The first detailed study on the subject of Victorian unfinished novels, this book sheds further light on novels by major authors that have been neglected by critical studies and focuses in a new way on critically acclaimed masterpieces, offering a counter-reading of the nineteenth-century literary canon.

Existentialism and Romantic Love

Author : S. Cleary

ISBN10 : 1137455802

Publisher : Springer

Number of Pages : 208

Category : Philosophy

Viewed : 1938

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Book Summary: This book is an existential study of romantic loving. It draws on five existential philosophers to offer insights into what is wrong with our everyday ideas about romantic loving, why reality often falls short of the ideal, sources of frustrations and disappointments, and possibilities for creating authentically meaningful relationships.

Youth Work, Early Education, and Psychology

Author : Veronica Pacini-Ketchabaw,Kathleen Skott-Myhre

ISBN10 : 1137480041

Publisher : Springer

Number of Pages : 258

Category : Education

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Book Summary: Youth Work, Early Education, and Psychology re-examines the set of relations generally referred to as working with children and youth. It presents a series of propositions that highlight politicized strategies to working with young people under current conditions of late liberal capitalism.

Garden of Angels

Author : Lurlene McDaniel

ISBN10 : 9780307433404

Publisher : Laurel Leaf

Number of Pages : 288

Category : Young Adult Fiction

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Book Summary: It is 1974 and the country is still struggling to come to terms with the Vietnam War. In the small town of Conners, Georgia, Darcy has just started high school, her older sister Adel goes to weekend dances at the local Army base, and their mother tends her beautiful garden–the biggest and best in town. But Darcy’s world is soon changed forever when her mother goes to Atlanta for tests. The diagnosis is not good–breast cancer. There is so much Darcy wants to talk to her mother about: the war and what happened to the soldiers who were there; the feelings she is having for the new (and troubled) boy in school. But she can’t. So she finds solace in her mother’s garden. There she can help the flowers her mother planted bloom.