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राजनीति-सिद्धांत की रूपरेखा: A Career Prosecutor's Plan To Make Us Safer (Ethics And Public Policy Reprints Ser. #115)

by ओम् गाबा

"राजनीति-सिद्धांत की रूपरेखा' के सप्तम संस्करण के अंतर्गत जगह-जगह नए संशोधन-परिवर्धन किए गए हैं, और अद्यतन सामग्री का समावेश किया गया है। विवेच्य विषय के निरंतर विस्तारशील स्वरूप को। नए महत्त्वपूर्ण प्रकरण जोड़े गए हैं। 'विचारधारा की संकल्पना' के अंतर्गत 'नारीवाद' (Feminism) का संक्षिप्त परिचय जोड़ा गया है। 'राज्य का स्वरूप : विविध परिप्रेक्ष्य' के अंतर्गत दो नए, विस्तृत प्रकरण जोड़े गए हैं।

1,000 Things to Love About America

by Brent Bowers Henry Gottlieb Agnes Gottlieb Barbara Bowers

From jazz to the Gettysburg Address to baseball to the White Castle hamburger-here are the 1,000 greatest things about America! The Pilgrims called their new nation "a shining city upon a hill." Abraham Lincoln praised it as "the last, best hope of mankind." In times of boom or bust, this remarkable land we know as America has been a beacon of hope illuminating the world. Now the authors of 1,000 Years, 1,000 People: Ranking the Men and Women Who Shaped the Millennium have teamed up once again to pay unabashed tribute to the greatness of our country-in a fascinating, fun, and informative celebration of the concepts, inventions, institutions, icons, history, social trends, geographical wonders, and consumer products that have made the U.S.A. such an awesomely amazing place! The Constitution Mount Rushmore Backyard Decks Monopoly Internet Shopping Duct Tape Yogi Berra The Super Bowl Ultimate Frisbee The Fifth Amendment The PTA The Indy 500 Freedom of the Press Hollywood Sesame Street ChapStick Poker The Wizard of Oz Fast Food The Cleveland Orchestra The Barn Owl Glacier National Park Jack Daniel's Old No. 7 Patchwork Quilts Soap Operas Joy of Cooking West Point A Streetcar Named Desire The Florida Keys The Red Cross Wikipedia Deodorant The Hubble Space Telescope Grizzly Bears The Beach Boys The White House Recycling Meat Loaf . . . and many, many more Things to Love About America!

1 Way 2 C The World

by Marilyn Waring

Marilyn Waring is a truly absorbing figure known as a distinguished public intellectual, a leading feminist thinker, environmentalist, social justice activist, and for her early political career after election to New Zealand's parliament at age twenty-three. Assembling some of her most thought-provoking writings, 1 Way 2 C the World is a compelling collection of essays and reflections on many important issues of our time. Written in lively, crisp, and often humourous prose, Waring provides illuminating commentary on topics such as gay marriage, human rights, globalization, the environment, and international relations and development. Including accounts of being in India at the time of Indira Gandhi's assassination, and in Ethiopia's during the 1984 famine, Waring's vivid writing remains contemporarily relevant, while this collection includes recent writings on the post-9/11 world. Brimming with pieces that are essential reading for anyone concerned with the state of the world, 1 Way 2 C the World is bound to fascinate and inspire.

10 Bad Choices That Ruin Black Women's Lives

by Grace Cornish

In 10 Bad Choices That Ruin Black Women's Lives, relationship expert Dr. Grace Cornish writes a lively, practical, provocative guide for black women everywhere who want to shed the duds and find the studs who will treat them with respect.According to Dr. Cornish, six out of every ten black women are either in bad relationships, share a man, or are celibate. The problem is not the women themselves but the bad choices they keep making. In her frank and refreshing new book, Dr. Cornish speaks to unique aspects of the African American female psyche by targeting ten of the most common and foolish choices black women make in their lives regarding men, and how they can correct these problems, including:Sisters Dissin' SistersNo Money, No HoneyExchanging "Sexual Dealings" for Loving FeelingsLoving the "Married Bachelor" Emotional Dependency Plus Unplanned Pregnancy. . . and much more.Relying on case studies, interviews, and letters she has received, Dr. Cornish gets to the heart of the matter by illuminating why black women, no matter how smart, savvy, and successful, continue to lose at the dating game, and how they can face, erase, and replace the problems that have kept them from finding true love.Why are so many black women alone or in bad relationships?Why do sisters unconsciously use weight, fear, finance, status, skin color, and other barriers to keep themselves from getting the love they want?Why do black women think that there are no eligible black men left--that the good ones are married, dead, or not yet born, and the rest are gay, bisexual, or interested only in white women?From the Hardcover edition.

The 10 Big Lies About America

by Michael Medved

In this bold and brilliantly argued book, an acclaimed author and talk-radio host zeroes in on 10 of the biggest fallacies that millions of Americans believe about our country--in spite of incontrovertible facts to the contrary.

10 Conversations You Need to Have with Your Children

by Shmuley Boteach

Why do I have to repeat everything? Why does every conversation end in an argument? Communicating with our children. Conversing. Connecting. When did it become so difficult? And how do we begin to change it for the better? This book was designed to help parents answer these important questions, and it is based on two fundamental ideas: The first is that there are no bad children, and no deliberately bad parents -- but that sometimes, despite the best of intentions on both sides, there can be bad relationships between parents and children. The second is that, as parents, we must do everything we can to save those relationships, to reach out and really communicate with our children, because it is only through talking to them that we can create an environment for inspiration and change. In this compelling book, Shmuley Boteach, passionate social commentator and outspoken relationship guru, walks you through the critical conversations, including: cherishing childhood; developing intellectual curiosity; knowing who you are and what you want to become; learning to forgive; realizing the importance of family and tradition; being fearless and courageous. As a father of eight, Rabbi Shmuley speaks from a wealth of experience. He has written a book for parents of children of all ages, from toddlers, who are just beginning to become aware of the world around them, to adolescents, who must learn to navigate all sorts of tricky social and academic pressures. 10 Conversations will help you stay connected to your children so that they develop the kind of strong moral character that leads to rich, meaningful lives.

10 Good Choices That Empower Black Women’s Lives

by Grace Cornish

"It's time to take back your power and your life--take it back from the bad relationships, bad careers, bad investments, bad company, and bad memories. It's time for you to live a fuller, happier, more productive, and wholesome life. This is your time to claim your blessings. God has given you a choice. Choose wisely, sis--choose to win, and enjoy every moment of it." With her national bestseller,10 Bad Choices That Ruin Black Women's Lives, beloved television personality, lecturer, and author Dr. Grace Cornish wrote a self-help classic for black women who wanted to face and erase the relationship problems. Now, in her 10 Good Choices That Empower Black Women's Lives, Dr. Grace takes readers beyond healing just their romantic relationships--she's ready to show black women how to incorporate new, empowering, good choices into every aspect of their lives. Inspiring and insightful, this is Dr. Grace's tried-and-true prescription for finding the right balance between work, love, and spirituality. From "Trust Your Intuition" to "Taking Calculated Chances" and "Embracing the Skin You're In," Dr. Grace outlines ten positive choices that will help black women move onward and upward in their personal and professional lives. Full of first-person anecdotes from Dr. Grace's patients, friends, and fans, this is a real book about real people in tough situations and the choices they have made that led to renewed success, happiness, and peace of mind. With her trademark brand of smart, sympathetic, sister-to-sister counseling, Dr. Grace Cornish's10 Good Choices That Empower Black Women's Lives is destined to become a classic of self-help for African-American women of all ages and backgrounds.

10 gritos contra la gordofobia

by Magdalena Piñeyro Arte Mapache

Una guía para liberarse de los cánones de belleza establecidos, por la cofundadora de Stop Gordofobia. «Estuve casi treinta años callada, habitando mi cuerpo llena de dolor. Pero en el camino de la vida me encontré con el activismo gordofeminista que me llevó a transformar el dolor en rabia y la rabia en grito.» Alguien que grita es alguien que ya no puede más, que necesita que lo escuchen. Y romper el silencio es el objetivo de estos diez gritos. Juntos forman una guía básica en contra de los cánones de belleza establecidos, de la sociedad gordófoba y de la discriminación por peso que se cuela en las aulas, en el trabajo, en la moda y en todos los ámbitos de la sociedad. 10 gritos contra la gordofobia es un libro imprescindible para entender que «gorda» no es un insulto, un libro para empoderarnos y aprender a querer nuestro cuerpo tal como es.

10 habilidades esenciales para un servidor publico

by Shahid Hussain Raja Juan Vicente Pereira

La idea para escribir este corto tratado sobre habilidades esenciales para cualquier servidor público que le permita realizar sus deberes efectivamente y eficientemente vino a mi mente mientras servía como instructor en jefe en el personal del colegio administrativo de Pakistán, ahora conocido como Escuela de Políticas Públicas, Lahore. Establecido en 1950, es la primera institución en impartir entrenamiento a los oficiales gubernamentales experimentados para su posible inducción dentro del top de cuadros administrativos del servicio de gobierno. En estas altas posiciones, están los depósitos de la memoria institucional y conocimiento acumulado, son responsables por dar contribuciones a los representantes elegidos para la formulación de políticas públicas e implementación de las políticas aprobadas.

10-Step Evaluation for Training and Performance Improvement

by Seung Youn Chyung

Written with a learning-by-doing approach in mind, Yonnie Chyung’s 10-Step Evaluation for Training and Performance Improvement gives students actionable instruction for identifying, planning and implementing a client-based program evaluation. The book introduces readers to multiple evaluation frameworks and uses problem-based learning to guide them through a 10-step evaluation process. As students read the chapters, they produce specific deliverables that culminate in a completed evaluation project.

10-Step Evaluation for Training and Performance Improvement

by Seung Youn Chyung

Written with a learning-by-doing approach in mind, Yonnie Chyung’s 10-Step Evaluation for Training and Performance Improvement gives students actionable instruction for identifying, planning and implementing a client-based program evaluation. The book introduces readers to multiple evaluation frameworks and uses problem-based learning to guide them through a 10-step evaluation process. As students read the chapters, they produce specific deliverables that culminate in a completed evaluation project.

The 10 Women You'll Be Before You're 35

by Alison James

Everyone - from your mother to your boyfriend - is always telling you who you are and who you should be. But who are you, really, and who do you really want to be? New Graduate; Dollarless Diva; Worker Bee; Party Girl; Body-Conscious Babe; Chameleon; Crisis Chick; Ms. Independence; Wirl (half woman/half girl); True You. In The 10 Women You'll Be Before You're 35, author Alison James takes you on a journey of self-discovery - from wide-eyed ingenue to the real woman you were born to become. You'll learn how to finesse each phase with poise - experimenting with abandon but ultimately keeping only what perfectly fits the True You. With The 10 Women You'll Be Before You're 35, you'll dare to become the woman you never dreamed you could be!

The 10 Women You'll Be Before You're 35

by Alison James

Everyone - from your mother to your boyfriend - is always telling you who you are and who you should be. But who are you, really, and who do you really want to be? New Graduate; Dollarless Diva; Worker Bee; Party Girl; Body-Conscious Babe; Chameleon; Crisis Chick; Ms. Independence; Wirl (half woman/half girl); True You. In The 10 Women You'll Be Before You're 35, author Alison James takes you on a journey of self-discovery - from wide-eyed ingenue to the real woman you were born to become. You'll learn how to finesse each phase with poise - experimenting with abandon but ultimately keeping only what perfectly fits the True You. With The 10 Women You'll Be Before You're 35, you'll dare to become the woman you never dreamed you could be!

The 10 Women You'll Be Before You're 35

by Alison James

Today's twenty- and thirty-something woman is both blessed and burdened by the expectations of boyfriends, girlfriends, parents, siblings, and even the media as to who she should be and what kind of woman she should become. . . Alison James, the author of I Used to Miss Him. . . But My Aim Is Improving, delivers this smart, sassy guide guaranteed to help women laugh and learn from the many roles they play on the road to self-discovery. From the Independent Professional to the Party Girl, today's young women are trying out different roles in their youth in an attempt to figure out who they are and what they want out of life. Every woman can identify with and learn the pros and cons of being. . . The Idealistic New Graduate The Shopoholic Penniless Diva The Party Girl, who knows how to have fun The Changeable Chameleon, who adapts to the tastes and whims of her latest beau By the time they reach the final page, readers will be able to integrate the lessons of each role into one fabulous True You!

100 Activities for Teaching Research Methods

by Dr Catherine Dawson

A sourcebook of exercises, games, scenarios and role plays, this practical, user-friendly guide provides a complete and valuable resource for research methods tutors, teachers and lecturers. Developed to complement and enhance existing course materials, the 100 ready-to-use activities encourage innovative and engaging classroom practice in seven areas: finding and using sources of information planning a research project conducting research using and analyzing data disseminating results acting ethically developing deeper research skills. Each of the activities is divided into a section on tutor notes and student handouts. Tutor notes contain clear guidance about the purpose, level and type of activity, along with a range of discussion notes that signpost key issues and research insights. Important terms, related activities and further reading suggestions are also included. Not only does the A4 format make the student handouts easy to photocopy, they are also available to download and print directly from the book's companion website for easy distribution in class.

100 Amazing Facts About the Negro

by Henry Louis Gates

The first edition of Joel Augustus Rogers’s now legendary 100 Amazing Facts About the Negro with Complete Proof, published in 1957, was billed as “A Negro ‘Believe It or Not.’” Rogers’s little book was priceless because he was delivering enlightenment and pride, steeped in historical research, to a people too long starved on the lie that they were worth nothing. For African Americans of the Jim Crow era, Rogers’s was their first black history teacher. But Rogers was not always shy about embellishing the “facts” and minimizing ambiguity; neither was he above shock journalism now and then. With élan and erudition—and with winning enthusiasm—Henry Louis Gates, Jr. gives us a corrective yet loving homage to Roger’s work. Relying on the latest scholarship, Gates leads us on a romp through African, diasporic, and African-American history in question-and-answer format. Among the one hundred questions: Who were Africa’s first ambassadors to Europe? Who was the first black president in North America? Did Lincoln really free the slaves? Who was history’s wealthiest person? What percentage of white Americans have recent African ancestry? Why did free black people living in the South before the end of the Civil War stay there? Who was the first black head of state in modern Western history? Where was the first Underground Railroad? Who was the first black American woman to be a self-made millionaire? Which black man made many of our favorite household products better? Here is a surprising, inspiring, sometimes boldly mischievous—all the while highly instructive and entertaining—compendium of historical curiosities intended to illuminate the sheer complexity and diversity of being “Negro” in the world.(With full-color illustrations throughout.)

100 Amazing Facts About the Negro with Complete Proof: A Short Cut to The World History of The Negro

by J. A. Rogers

First published in 1934 and revised in 1962, this book gathers journalist and historian Joel Augustus Rogers' columns from the syndicated newspaper feature titled Your History. Patterned after the look of Ripley's popular Believe It or Not the multiple vignettes in each episode recount short items from Rogers's research. The feature began in the Pittsburgh Courier in November 1934 and ran through the 1960s.

100 American Crime Writers

by Steven Powell

100 American Crime Writers features discussion and analysis of the lives of crime writers and their key works, examining the developments in American crime writing from the Golden Age to hardboiled detective fiction. This study is essential to scholars and an ideal introduction to crime fiction for anyone who enjoys this fascinating genre.

100 Canadian Heroines: Famous and Forgotten Faces

by Merna Forster

This inspiring collection profiles remarkable women — heroines in science, sport, preaching and teaching, politics, war and peace, arts and entertainment, and more. In 100 Canadian Heroines you’ll meet remarkable women in science, sport, preaching and teaching, politics, war and peace, arts and entertainment, etc. The book is full of amazing facts and fascinating trivia about intriguing figures. Discover some of the many heroines Canada can be proud of. Find out how we’re remembering them. Or not! Augmented by great quotes and photos, this inspiring collection profiles remarkable women — heroines in science, sport, preaching and teaching, politics, war and peace, arts and entertainment, and more. Profiles include mountaineer Phyllis Munday, activist Hide Shimizu, unionist Lea Roback, and movie mogul Mary Pickford.

100 Characters from Classical Mythology: Discover the Fascinating Stories of the Greek and Roman Deities

by Malcolm Day

This entertaining and mind-expanding book charts 100 of the most prominent characters from Greco-Roman mythology, including the primordial deities, the great gods of Olympus, and the shadowy inhabitants of Hades. Addressing universal themes such as love, jealousy, anger, ambition, deceit, and beauty, the stories told here make fascinating reading while they add significance to countless classical references in our civilization�s literature and art.

100 Experiential Learning Activities for Social Studies, Literature, and the Arts, Grades 5-12

by Dan W. Butin Anthony Angelini Dr Eugene F. Provenzo

Facilitates student engagement through active learning and provides easy-to-use matrices linking McREL, NCTE, and NCSS standards to activities in history, economics, literature, and the arts.

100 Experiential Learning Activities for Social Studies, Literature, and the Arts, Grades 5-12

by Eugene F. Provenzo Jr. Dan W. Butin Anthony Angelini

Learning in secondary school classrooms involves much more than students reciting the "right" answers on high-stakes tests. This activity-packed book encourages educators to move beyond traditional models of teaching and learning and provides them with the tools for getting started. 100 Experiential Learning Activities for Social Studies, Literature, and the Arts, Grades 5-12 focuses on using active learning to engage students in critical thinking and reflection about complex content knowledge in the humanities and the arts. The 100 activities address significant social issues, including social justice, culture, language, and diversity. Teachers can emphasize comprehension, encourage creative thinking, and promote transfer across disciplines to help students: * Explore primary sources to uncover practical and relevant information * Construct careful arguments to integrate new learning with prior knowledge * Question deeply held assumptions to arrive at authentic understandings * Approach new ideas with confidence Take your students through meaningful learning experiences and make knowledge come alive!

100 Media Moments That Changed America

by Jim Willis

From the launching of America's first newspaper to YouTube's latest phone-videoed crime, the media has always been guilty of indulging America's obsession with controversy. This encyclopedia covers 100 events in world history from the 17th century to the present--moments that alone were major and minor, but ones that exploded in the public eye when the media stepped in. Topics covered include yellow journalism, the War of the Worlds radio broadcast, the Kennedy-Nixon debates, JFK's assassination, the Pentagon papers, and Hurricane Katrina. These are events that changed the way the media is used-not just as a tool for spreading knowledge, but as a way of shaping and influencing the opinions and reactions of America's citizens. Thanks to the media's representations of these events, history has been changed forever. From classified military plans that leaked out to the public to the first televised presidential debates to the current military tortures caught on tape, Breaking News will demonstrate not only an ever-evolving system of news reporting, but also the ways in which historical events have ignited the media to mold news in a way that resonates with America's public. This must-have reference work is ideal for journalism and history majors, as well as for interested general readers.Chapters are in chronological order, beginning with the 17th century. Each chapter starts with a brief introduction, followed by media event entries from that decade. Each entry explains the moment, and then delivers specific details regarding how the media covered the event, America's response to the coverage, and how the media changed history.

100 People Who Are Screwing Up America

by Bernard Goldberg

The number one New York Times bestselling author of Bias delivers another bombshell-this time aimed at . . . 100 People Who Are Screwing Up America No preaching. No pontificating. Just some uncommon sense about the things that have made this country great-and the culprits who are screwing it up. Bernard Goldberg takes dead aim at the America Bashers (the cultural elites who look down their snobby noses at "ordinary" Americans) . . . the Hollywood Blowhards (incredibly ditzy celebrities who think they're smart just because they're famous) . . . the TV Schlockmeisters (including the one whose show has been compared to a churning mass of maggots devouring rotten meat) . . . the Intellectual Thugs (bigwigs at some of our best colleges, whose views run the gamut from left wing to far left wing) . . . and many more. Goldberg names names, counting down the villains in his rogues' gallery from 100 all the way to 1-and, yes, you-know-who is number 37. Some supposedly "serious" journalists also made the list, including the journalist-diva who sold out her integrity and hosted one of the dumbest hours in the history of network television news. And there are those famous miscreants who have made America a nastier place than it ought to be-a far more selfish, vulgar, and cynical place. But Goldberg doesn't just round up the usual suspects we have come to know and detest. He also exposes some of the people who operate away from the limelight but still manage to pull a lot of strings and do all sorts of harm to our culture. Most of all, 100 People Who Are Screwing Up America is about a country where as long as anything goes, as one of the good guys in the book puts it, sooner or later everything will go. This is serious stuff for sure. But Goldberg will also make you laugh as he harpoons scoundrels like the congresswoman who thinks there aren't enough hurricanes named after black people, and the environmentalist to the stars who yells at total strangers driving SUVs-even though she tools around the country in a gas-guzzling private jet. With Bias, Bernard Goldberg took us behind the scenes and exposed the way Big Journalism distorts the news. Now he has written a book that goes even further. This time he casts his eye on American culture at large-and the result is a book that is sure to become the voice of all those Americans who feel that no one is speaking for them on perhaps the most vital issue of all: the kind of country in which we want to live.

100 Questions (SAGE 100 Questions and Answers #5)

by Emily E. Anderson Amy L. Corneli

100 Questions (and Answers) About Research Ethics by Emily E Anderson and Amy Corneli is an essential guide for graduate students and researchers in the social and behavioral sciences. It identifies ethical issues that individuals must consider when planning research studies as well as provides guidance on how to address ethical issues that might arise during research implementation. Questions such as assessing risks, to protecting privacy and vulnerable populations, obtaining informed consent, using technology including social media, negotiating the IRB process, and handling data ethically are covered. Acting as a resource for students developing their thesis and dissertation proposals and for junior faculty designing research, this book reflects the latest U.S. federal research regulations to take effect mostly in January 2018.

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