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Strangers In Our Midst

Author : David Miller Miller
ISBN : 9780674969803
Genre : Philosophy
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How should democracies respond to the millions who want to settle in their societies? David Miller’s analysis reframes immigration as a question of political philosophy. Acknowledging the impact on host countries, he defends the right of states to control their borders and decide the future size, shape, and cultural make-up of their populations.

Strangers In Our Midst

Author : Elise Rose Chenier
ISBN : 9780802094537
Genre : History
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Contemporary efforts to treat sex offenders are rooted in the post-Second World War era, in which an unshakable faith in science convinced many Canadian parents that pedophilia could be cured. Strangers in Our Midst explores the popularization of the notion of sexual deviancy as a way of understanding sexual behaviour, the emergence in Canada of legislation directed at sex offenders, and the evolution of treatment programs in Ontario. Popular discourses regarding sexual deviancy, legislative action against sex criminals, and the implementation of treatment programs for sex offenders have been widely attributed to a reactionary, conservative moral panic over changing sex and gender roles after the Second World War. Elise Chenier challenges this assumption, arguing that, in Canada, advocates of sex-offender treatment were actually liberal progressives. Drawing on previously unexamined sources, including medical reports, government commissions, prison files, and interviews with key figures, Strangers in Our Midst offers an original critical analysis of the rise of sexological thinking in Canada, and shows how what was conceived as a humane alternative to traditional punishment could be put into practice in inhumane ways.

The Strangers In Our Midst

Author : Ulrike Elisabeth Stockhausen
ISBN : OCLC:1138101285
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Migrant Workers

Author : H. Monte Hill
ISBN : CORNELL:31924087526566
Genre : Business & Economics
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Stranger In Our Midst

Author : Harold B. Segel
ISBN : 9781501718298
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A vibrant Jewish community flourished in Poland from late in the tenth century until it was virtually annihilated in World War II. In this remarkable anthology, the first of its kind, Harold B. Segel offers translations of poems and prose works—mainly fiction—by non-Jewish Polish writers. Taken together, the selections represent the complex perceptions about Jews in the Polish community in the period 1530-1990.

Strangers In Our Midst

Author : Alfred A. Gross
ISBN : IND:32000002473504
Genre : Homosexuality
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Stranger In Our Midst

Author : Peter Lancelot Mallios
ISBN : STANFORD:36105023673390
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Strangers In Their Midst

Author : Sherrie S. McLeRoy
ISBN : UVA:X002474525
Genre : African Americans
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The Stranger S Voice

Author : Carol L. Schnabl Schweitzer
ISBN : 1433108844
Genre : Religion
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"The Stranger's Voice is a beautiful testimony to what Julia Kristeva has to offer depressed women when her writings are framed and presented by a thoughtful pastoral theologian. Carol L. Schnabl Schweitzer makes a compelling case for the role of the denial of the mother's voice in the development of a woman's self-alienation and resulting depressions, and she does so without resorting to maternal images formed under the aegis of a patriarchal Christianity. She also makes wonderful use of Kristeva's understanding of "for-giving" to envision prospects for healing and renewal. To write knowledgeably about Julia Kristeva's work requires a sophisticated mind, but to make her work truly and genuinely accessible to other women is a pastoral gift. Some women who are experiencing depression will find this book inherently therapeutic while others will find the encouragement they need to seek a counselor who will help her discover the life that is already stirring within them. Men.

Strangers At The Gate

Author : Frederic Wakeman
ISBN : 0520212398
Genre : History
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First published in 1966, and now available once more, this pioneering work examines the relationship between the Chinese civil and military authorities and the British trading community in Guangdong province on the eve of the Taiping Rebellion--one of the most calamitous events in Chinese history. The book explores the various factors that led to the progression of rebellion and the inevitability of revolution.

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