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New Thoughts New Ideas New Approaches

Author : Esther Hicks
ISBN : 1401945082
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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"Asheville is always a magical experience. Two full days of workshops at the luxurious, limited-capacity Biltmore Estate consistently draws a seasoned, veteran audience, resulting in a full slate of leading-edge questions and insights. Topics include: 31 days ago his wife committed suicide ; The freedom of retirement ; Golfer sees and feels energy ; Wife wants to visit old lover ; Studied Abraham to cure herself of mental illness ; How to repair relationship with husband's family? ; Developing 'spiritual muscle' ; Understanding The Grid ; Clarifying what Seth said ; Seeing through the eyes of Source ; Seeing Abraham's aura ; Golf pro sustained traumatic head injury ; Having trouble conceiving second child...and much, much more. Over seven hours of material"--Container.

Primary Religious Education A New Approach

Author : Clive Erricker
ISBN : 9781136909306
Genre : Education
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Primary Religious Education – A New Approach models a much needed pedagogical framework, encouraging conceptual enquiry and linking theory to its implementation within the wider curriculum in schools.

New Approaches To Neo Kantianism

Author : Nicolas de Warren
ISBN : 9781107032576
Genre : Art
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A collection of new essays examining the impact of Neo-Kantianism on a range of philosophical topics and fields of study.

New Approaches To Curriculum As Phenomenological Text

Author : James M. Magrini
ISBN : 9781137573186
Genre : Education
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The scholarship of New Directions in Curriculum as Phenomenological Text manifests through close readings and interpretations of curriculum theorists and Continental philosophers, presented in the form of 'speculative philosophical essays,' an important form of curriculum thinking-writing all but lost to the general contemporary field of research.

Region As A Socio Environmental System

Author : D. Nir
ISBN : 9789400904835
Genre : Science
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2 society would be a free, anarchic society [an - without, archos - ruler], a society in which each individual is responsible for the relationship between himself and the society. By inner persuasion, we must live by making the maximum contri bution of our physical and mental assets combined with minimal charge against and exploitation of the society. We must contribute to society as much as possible because, directly and indirectly, we enjoy the contributions of the global society in which we live and of which we are a part.To achieve this goal, we must know not only ourselves but also the society in which we live. A society is not uniform. It is composed of mosaics of people of varying characteristics, structured in different patterns and groups, the qUalities of which we must know because upon them depends our own place in the society. Were the world uniform of feature and society, there would no place for regional geography. But because the world varies in form and its societies are different, study of the differentiation of the world's surface and the regional geography as the people who live on it is an important tool for understanding the society in which we live, particularly when our goal is to live with it in harmony.

New Approaches To Religion And The Enlightenment

Author : Brett C. McInelly
ISBN : 9781683931621
Genre : Religion
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New Approaches to Religion and the Enlightenment examines religious belief and practice during the age of Enlightenment from a range of disciplinary perspectives, including theology, the natural sciences, politics, the law, art, philosophy, and literature.

New Approaches In Social Research

Author : Carol Grbich
ISBN : 0761949321
Genre : Social Science
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A practical introduction to the main theories and methods of qualitative research for the health sciences is offered in this book. It covers the full range of conventional and new qualitative methods including ethnography, phenomenology, grounded theory, biography, action research, historical research, discourse analysis and postmodern, poststructuralist and femininst approaches to research. Carol Grbich shows that qualitative methods need to be followed just as rigorously as quantitative methods, providing examples drawn from various health fields. A practical introduction to the main theories and methods of qualitative research for the health sciences is offered in this book. It covers the full range of conventional and new qualitative methods including ethnography, phenomenology, grounded theory, biography, action research, historical research, discourse analysis and postmodern, poststructuralist and femininst approaches to research.

Debating New Approaches To History

Author : Marek Tamm
ISBN : 9781474281942
Genre : History
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With its innovative format, Debating New Approaches to History addresses issues currently at the top of the discipline's theoretical and methodological agenda. In its chapters, leading historians of both older and younger generations from across the Western world and beyond discuss and debate the main problems and challenges that historians are facing today. Each chapter is followed by a critical commentary from another key scholar in the field and the author's response. The volume looks at topics such as the importance and consequences of the 'digital turn' in history (what will history writing be like in a digital age?), the challenge of posthumanist theory for history writing (how do we write the history of non-humans?) and the possibilities of moving beyond traditional sources in history and establishing a dialogue with genetics and neurosciences (what are the perspectives and limits of the so-called 'neurohistory'?). It also revisits older debates in history which remain crucial, such as what the gender approach can offer to historical research or how to write history on a global scale. Debating New Approaches to History does not just provide a useful overview of the new approaches to history it covers, but also offers insights into current historical debates and the process of historical method in the making. It demonstrates how the discipline of history has responded to challenges in society – such as digitalization, globalization and environmental concerns – as well as in humanities and social sciences, such as the 'material turn', 'visual turn' or 'affective turn'. This is a key volume for all students of historiography wanting to keep their finger on the pulse of contemporary thinking in historical research.

Developing Thought Leaders

Author : Susan J. Thomas
ISBN : 1562863843
Genre : Business & Economics
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Step up to your competitive advantage by gaining innovative ideas from a leadership team of learning professionals. This issue explains how a thought leader functions, and how you can use the behaviors and characteristics of thought leaders to bring cutting-edge ideas to your organization. It offers a step-by-step process for implementing strategies that will help you identify and develop these important leaders.

Developing Quality Dissertations In The Sciences

Author : Barbara E. Lovitts
ISBN : 9781579222598
Genre : Education
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This is one of three short booklets designed to be given to graduate students as they begin their studies. They explain the purposes of the dissertation and the criteria by which it will be assessed. They help students understand the context of their course work; the need to take an active role in shaping their studies; and the importance of thinking ahead about the components of the dissertation and the quality of scholarship they will need to demonstrate. These booklets are intended to support the dissertation research and writing process by providing faculty and advisors with guidelines for setting clear expectations for student performance, and with a model for helping students produce the desired quality of work. They encourage dialogue between faculty and students about the quality of the components of their dissertation project. They include rubrics that students can use to self-assess their work and that can aid faculty in providing focused feedback. Setting explicit targets and benchmarks of excellence of the sort advocated in these booklets will enable departments and universities to respond to demands for accountability with clear criteria for, and evidence of, success; and will raise the overall quality of student performance.

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