This insightful volume pairs weekly texts and reflections with prompts, prayers, and practices to spark connections between the Bible and everyday life as well as nurture one's own connection with the Divine. Westminster John Knox Press ...
Author: Heidi Haverkamp
Publisher: Presbyterian Publishing Corp
This volume provides a full fifty-two weeks of devotional material based on the Revised Common Lectionary for Year C. Drawing from the insightful Bible commentaries in the Connections series, each week of offerings also includes scriptural and literary readings, lectio divina, spiritual practices, questions for journaling, and a prayer. This resource has been crafted with mainline, lectionary preachers and lay leaders in mind, both to supplement their planning for the week and to feed their souls in the midst of the work of ministry. Individuals and small groups will find their faith deepened through regular contemplation and devotional insight.
Beveridge , an experienced therapist , shows why romantic relationships often deteriorate from intense love into day - to - day struggles that tear couples apart , and gives practical and unique strategies for transforming these ...
Author: Sheila Alson
Publisher: Hunter House
Category: Family & Relationships
The author outlines a practical and forward-looking guide to resolving conflict that will help readers smooth relationships at home, in the workplace, and within families. Original.
These various uses of categories testify to their importance in everyday life . It is no exaggeration to say that if there were no such thing as categories , we would have a very difficult time dealing with the world .
Author: E. Bruce Goldstein
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Connecting the study of cognition to everyday life, E. Bruce Goldstein's COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY: CONNECTING MIND, RESEARCH, AND EVERYDAY EXPERIENCE, 5th Edition, gives equal treatment to both the landmark studies and the cutting-edge research that define this fascinating field. Concrete examples and illustrations help students understand the theories of cognition--driving home both the scientific importance of the theories and their relevance to students' daily lives. Goldstein's accessible narrative style blends with an art program that makes difficult concepts understandable. Students gain a true understanding of the behind the scenes activity that happens in the mind when humans do such seemingly simple activities as perceive, remember or think. Goldstein also focuses on the behavioral and physiological approaches to cognition by including physiological materials in every chapter. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Other researchers have found differences between studying communication in a laboratory and studying communication as it occurs in everyday life . For example , researchers have found that self - disclosure does not occur as frequently ...
Author: Kathleen M. Galvin
Publisher: Roxbury Publishing Company
"Making Connections: Readings in Relational Communication, Fifth Edition, is a unique collection of readings that provides a balanced, timely, and chalenging set of perspectives on relational communication. Edited by Kathleen M. Galvin, the volume includes diverse selections from the recent work of top communication scholars and teachers, offering a balance between humanistic and social-science perspectives. Each reading exposes students to the lates developments in the ever-changing field of interpersonal communication."--Back cover.
Everyday life, in fact, outlines itself in a thick network of relationships, gestures and behaviors that put people either into reciprocal connections, or links between persons and institutions, which have legal relevance per se: ...
Author: Adriana Cosseddu
This collection discusses the concept of fraternity and examines the issue of its role in law. Since the end of World War II, fraternity has been cited in several national constitutional charters, in addition to the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights. But is there space for fraternity in law? The contributions to this book form an ideal “bridge” between the past and present to trace the different pathways taken to address the meaning of fraternity, and to identify its possible legal relevance. The book lays out paths that have placed fraternity in varied and challenging legal contexts in an age of globalization and conflict, where the multiplicity of national and supranational sources of law seems to show its inadequacy to govern complexity, and coexistence between diversities that appear irreconcilable. The purpose is not to recover fraternity as a forgotten principle, but to reimagine it today to address the aim and force of law within a plurality of cultures. The analysis considers a possible universal dimension that models unity within diversity, and aspires to serve as a prologue to a transition from research to dialogue between different legal systems and traditions. The book will be of interest to academics and researchers working in the areas of Comparative Law, Legal History and Legal Philosophy.
This fit well with their long-standing approach of developing personal, everyday relationships with local staff in planning and land management agencies. The next section looks at how those kinds of relationships work in this planning ...
Author: Libby Porter
Category: Political Science
Planning is becoming one of the key battlegrounds for Indigenous people to negotiate meaningful articulation of their sovereign territorial and political rights, reigniting the essential tension that lies at the heart of Indigenous-settler relations. But what actually happens in the planning contact zone - when Indigenous demands for recognition of coexisting political authority over territory intersect with environmental and urban land-use planning systems in settler-colonial states? This book answers that question through a critical examination of planning contact zones in two settler-colonial states: Victoria, Australia and British Columbia, Canada. Comparing the experiences of four Indigenous communities who are challenging and renegotiating land-use planning in these places, the book breaks new ground in our understanding of contemporary Indigenous land justice politics. It is the first study to grapple with what it means for planning to engage with Indigenous peoples in major cities, and the first of its kind to compare the underlying conditions that produce very different outcomes in urban and non-urban planning contexts. In doing so, the book exposes the costs and limits of the liberal mode of recognition as it comes to be articulated through planning, challenging the received wisdom that participation and consultation can solve conflicts of sovereignty. This book lays the theoretical, methodological and practical groundwork for imagining what planning for coexistence might look like: a relational, decolonizing planning praxis where self-determining Indigenous peoples invite settler-colonial states to their planning table on their terms.
Using popular films in this way helps us get a sense of the everyday connections between 'the popular' and 'the political'. 4 In the case of political geography and more specifically geo-politics, however, the notion of a 'return' is ...
Author: Marcus Power
Category: Political Science
With a detailed range of approaches, this new collection investigates how cinematic narratives can and have been used to portray different political 'threats' and 'dangers'. Including a range of chapters with a contemporary focus, it studies issues such as: how the geopolitical world has been constructed through film how cinema can provide explanatory narratives in periods of cultural and political anxiety, uneasiness and uncertainty. Examining the ways in which film impacts upon popular understandings of national identity and the changing geopolitical world, the book looks at how audiences make sense of the (geo)political messages and meanings contained within a variety of films - from the US productions of Hollywood, to Palestinian, Mexican, British, and German cinematic traditions. This thought-provoking book draws on an international range of contributions to discuss and fully investigate world cinema in light of key contemporary issues. This book was previously published as a special issue of Geopolitics.
diaspora extends, with its everyday connections, across the Americas and Asia, into Australia, and to other parts of Africa. The African identity of Zanzibari and Swahili peoples has not eroded with the reemergence of claims for ...
Author: Jyotsna G. Singh
Category: Literary Criticism
The Postcolonial World presents an overview of the field and extends critical debate in exciting new directions. It provides an important and timely reappraisal of postcolonialism as an aesthetic, political, and historical movement, and of postcolonial studies as a multidisciplinary, transcultural field. Essays map the terrain of the postcolonial as a global phenomenon at the intersection of several disciplinary inquiries. Framed by an introductory chapter and a concluding essay, the eight sections examine: Affective, Postcolonial Histories Postcolonial Desires Religious Imaginings Postcolonial Geographies and Spatial Practices Human Rights and Postcolonial Conflicts Postcolonial Cultures and Digital Humanities Ecocritical Inquiries in Postcolonial Studies Postcolonialism versus Neoliberalism The Postcolonial World looks afresh at re-emerging conditions of postcoloniality in the twenty-first century and draws on a wide range of representational strategies, cultural practices, material forms, and affective affiliations. The volume is an essential reading for scholars and students of postcolonialism.
Have a group meeting , and enthusiastically introduce Everyday Mathematics . ... Include the following from the Home Connection Handbook : a copy of the glossary , descriptions of algorithms , other information as needed .
These towns can be in close connection to mining as well as to people by offering services , planning , building ... service area radius up to 150 kilometres ; ensures everyday connections with working colonies ; acts as base town in ...
Author: Jorma Mänty
Category: Architecture and climate
Series of papers which describe approaches to cold climate habitability from various northern nations including examples from Canada, China, Finland, Greenland, Iceland, Japan, Mongolia, Norway, Soviet Union, Sweden and the United States.
Apply basic understanding of how ideas, events, or reasons are linked throughout a text using a select set of everyday connecting words or phrases (e.g., first/next, at the beginning) to comprehending texts and writing basic texts. 7 a.
Author: Ivannia Soto
Publisher: Corwin Press
California teachers: you’re going to love this! Here at last is that single teaching resource for making the critical link between our ELD Standards and the CCSS ELA Standards. Standard by standard, you’ll quickly discover how to integrate language development into your day-to-day content instruction, armed with an insider’s understanding of how best to support our many English learners. Modeled after Jim Burke’s Common Core series, this Grades 6-8 volume of The California ELD Standards Companion is every bit “that version of the standards you wish you had” because it’s just so easy to digest and apply. It’s all here: Horizontal and vertical views reveal how each ELD Standard changes and progresses grade by grade and proficiency level by proficiency level. What the Student Does Sections, also scannable by grade and proficiency level, unpack in student-friendly language what meeting a standard looks like in practice. CCSS ELA Standards are displayed side by side with California’s ELD Standards so you can appreciate the purposeful alignment between the two as the basis for remodeling instructional practice. What the Teacher Does Sections provide specific instructional guidance by grade band, including student prompts and tips for differentiation across proficiency level. A dedicated vocabulary section offers a quick-reference glossary of key words and phrases as they are used within each ELD Standard. Each section concludes with a vignette from the California ELA/ELD Framework to illustrate exemplary standards-based instruction. Thanks to the ELD Standards, we are now free to teach our ELs the way we knew best all along: language and content taught hand in hand across the school day. Lean on Ivannia Soto and Linda Carstens’ California ELD Standards Companion as your one-stop guide for delivering that excellent education our ELs so deeply deserve.
familiar , natural places in their community , implementing their conservation projects in their everyday lives , and monitoring the environmental actions of others . Students ' direct encounters with natural places increased their care ...
Television experiences and television symbolism in the actions of children and young people are indicators pointing to the televi- sion - oriented functional connections between the reality of everyday life and cul- ture on the one and ...
Relationships. Jenny Mandelbaum Rutgers University Increasingly in the communication field, scholars are coming to recognize ... a set of 29 speech events, which they then divided into six groups that constitute everyday relationships.
Author: Jennifer Mandelbaum
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
This collection offers empirical studies and theoretical essays about human communication in everyday life. The writings come from many of the world's leading researchers and cut across academic boundaries, engaging scholars and teachers from such disciplines as communication, sociology, anthropology, linguistics, and education. Chapters emphasize empirical, qualitative studies of people's everyday uses of talk-in-interaction, and they feature work in such areas as sociolinguistics, conversation analysis, discourse analysis, and ethnography. The volume is dedicated to and highlights themes in the work of the late Robert Hopper, an outstanding scholar in communication who pioneered research in Language and Social Interaction (LSI). The contributors examine various features of human interaction (such as laughter, vocal repetition, and hand gestures) occurring naturally within a variety of settings (at a dinner table, a doctor's office, an automotive repair shop, and so forth), whereby interlocutors accomplish aspects of their interpersonal or institutional lives (resolve a disagreement, report bad medical news, negotiate a raise, and more), all of which may relate to larger social issues (including police brutality, human spirituality, death, and optimism). The chapters in this anthology show that social life is largely a communicative accomplishment and that people constitute the social realities experienced every day through small and subtle ways of communicating, carefully orchestrated but commonly taken for granted. In showcasing the diversity of contemporary LSI research, this volume is appropriate for scholars and graduate students in language and social interaction, communication, sociology, research methods, qualitative research methods, discourse analysis, conversation analysis, linguistics, and related areas.
Our book, Risk and Hyperconnectivity, takes “connectivity” to be the massively increased pervasiveness and ... And it is advances in digital and everyday connectivity that we take as a key driver and shaper of shifting media ecologies ...
Author: Andrew Hoskins
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Political Science
Risk and Hyperconnectivity brings the paradigms of new risk theory, neoliberalization they, and connectivity theory together for the first time to illuminate how the kaleidoscope of risk events in the opening years of the new century has recharged a neoliberal battlespace of media, economy, and security. Probing a series of risk events that have already contoured the twenty-first century, this account shows how both established and emergent media are central in shaping past, present and future horizons of neoliberalism, while also propelling pressure for its alternatives.
Conversely , this approach also identifies the everyday life of a particular group or class , as defined above , as a subject of investigation , but for the express purpose of clarifying the connections between everyday behavior and ...
Author: Ute Daniel
Publisher: Berg Pub Limited
This important translation looks at World War I from the perspective of German working-class women. The author demonstrates the intimate connection between 'general' social history and women's history while analyzing the dynamics between these different levels of interpretation. She asks: - How did women view the war and whom did they hold responsible for it? - How did military leaders and politicians perceive women at work, in the home, and on the streets? This book explores the ways in which the people themselves interpreted their world and their lives -- a perspective often neglected by historians but one becoming increasingly relevant in Germany today. Essential reading for all those interested in War Studies, German Studies, History and Women's Studies and an excellent text for course use.
Specifically , in seeing the individual in relation to everyday life , one of the central questions of human geography ... Summary In this chapter we have begun to make a case for exploring the everyday relationships that occur between ...
Author: Lewis Holloway
Publisher: Pearson Education
An innovative introduction to Human Geography, exploring different ways of studying the relationships between people and place, and putting people at the centre of human geography. The book covers behavioural, humanistic and cultural traditions, showing how these can lead to a nuanced understanding of how we relate to our surroundings on a day-to-day basis. While taking the importance of these different approaches seriously as ways of thinking about the role of place in peoples' everyday lives, the book also tries to encapsulate what has been so vibrant and exciting about human geography over the last couple of decades. By using examples to which students can relate - such as how they imagine and represent their home, the way they avoid certain spaces, how they move through retail spaces, where they choose to go to university, how they use the Internet, how they represent other nations and so on - the authors show how geography shapes everyday life in a manner that is seemingly mundane yet profoundly important.
By writing down tangible , everyday connections to their African roots – the histories that tell of resistance and different forms of knowledge – Cliff gives the Jamaicans access to a different past , one that is not based solely on ...
a This portrait suggests several important lessons for political analysts and mobilizers : connections must exist within a ... For Josefina Ortega , a political life consists of intertwining cultural activism , everyday relationships ...
... choosing instead to give a connections make up the fabric of everyday connections make up the fabric of everyday her . The drawings emphasize the space sketchbook idea of what the backgrounds life as much as the air .