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Graphic design professionals and design students alike have embraced Adobe InDesign as the industry standard for page layout software--and they're mastering it with ADOBE INDESIGN CS6 REVEALED. A thorough, in-depth exploration of the latest release, this highly visual book covers all the fundamental concepts, starting with the workspace and proceeding logically and intuitively to more advanced topics. Chock full of new lessons covering new features, this edition retains its step-by-step tutorials and user-friendly design, resulting in a resource that is comprehensive, clear, and effective. The Data Files used to complete the projects found in the book are now available online. For access information please refer to the directions available in the preface of the book.
This book is designed to integrate ethical theory and practice in order to strengthen students' ethical awareness, judgement, and action in organizations by exploring ethical dilemmas in a diverse range of cases.
In Ashley Crownover's debut, the classic tale of Beowulf is retold from the perspective of Wealtheow, Queen of the Danes. After a century of silence, Wealtheow provides a woman's perspective on the issues facing her people, raising intriguing literary questions in a readable, modern writing style.
This book focuses on Martin Luther King Jr, looking at his early education and training, the challenges he faced on the job, important mentors and his career achievement.
GIFTED WITH A BRILLIANT MIND, BLESSED WITH A BEAUTIFUL FAMILY -- AND CURSED WITH A DESTRUCTIVE MADNESS <P><P> In this harrowing New York Times bestseller, Ann Rule is at her masterful best as she winnows horrific truths from the ashes of what seemed like paradise in Prairie Village, Kansas. Rule probes the case of Debora Green, a doctor and a loving mother who seemed to epitomize the dreams of the American heartland. A small-town girl with a genius IQ, she achieved an enviable life: her own medical practice, a handsome physician husband, three perfect children, and an opulent home in an exclusive Kansas City suburb. But when a raging fire destroyed that home and took two lives, the trail of clues led investigators to a stunning conclusion. Piece by piece, Ann Rule digs beneath this placid Midwestern facade to unveil a disturbing portrait of strangely troubled marriages, infidelity, desperation, suicide, and escalating acts of revenge that forever changed dozens of lives.
In the middle of this century, the Swift River towns in western Massachusetts were drowned -- purchased by the government and flooded in order to form the Quabbin Reservoir. Letting Swift River Go tells of this dramatic event through the eyes of a young girl, Sally Jane, as she watches her thriving hometown transformed into a wilderness and then submerged. Sally Jane's story vividly recalls life and changing times in rural America: playing by the Old Stone Mill and later watching it be torn down; harvesting maple sap and seeing those same trees uprooted; walking to school along a winding blacktop road and returning many years later to float above that same road in a rowboat on the new reservoir. Exquisite illustrations by two-time Caldecott medalist Barbara Cooney capture the changing landscape and the people of New England in Jane Yolen's lyrical, evocative story. Drawn from history, Letting Swift River Go proves that the memory of a place can stay with you always.
The intrepid crew of the spaceship "Star Warts" lands on a water-covered planet inhabited by the Deep Wader, a horrible hungry monster.
You are the Christ; we are your church. Christ and Community:The Gospel Witness to Jesus casts new light on how Jesus's followers sought to faithfully live into the reign of God as recorded in the Gospels. Dr. Henderson traces the contours of Jesus's messiahship found in the four Gospels, but rather than taking each Gospel in turn, she works thematically, treating different aspects of Jesus's mission and identity found across the four accounts. Rather than assuming Jesus's exclusive status, the author exposes Gospel evidence for the clear communal implications of his messiahship. It turns out that the Gospels do more than simply affirm that Jesus is the Christ; they cast a vision of messianic community for those who would call him Lord, in the first century and beyond. This accessible introduction offers a case for Christ and community that answers perplexing questions that have long plagued NT study.
WNBC reporter Ida Siegal makes her debut as a chapter book author with a hilarious look at one girl's journey into journalism, mystery-solving, and fame -- or at least two out of those three! This is Emma Perez, and I'm ON THE AIR! "Today at lunch, my friend Javier found a slimy worm in his hamburger. It was extra gross! Now everyone wants to know how the worm got in there. Someone might even get in trouble! The school needs my famous reporter skills to solve the case!" Emma Perez has been looking for some big news to help her become a famous reporter. Javier's wormburger is perfect-people need to know what happened! Emma is ready to find witnesses, gather clues, and file her report. Tune in for the first edition of EMMA IS ON THE AIR!
The Pastor's Pocket Edition has everything, but the service music, found in the regular Book of Worship. This helpful United Methodist denominational book of liturgy, prayer, and services is indispensable for pastors, musicians, and laypersons that plan and lead worship. Arranged according to the Christian year, this resource enables worship leaders to locate prayers, services, and information quickly. Updated information and new formats insure ease of use, making this a great resource when planning and leading worship. Updates for all formats include: Membership vows, baptismal covenant, diaconal changes, and other updates made as a result of General Conference action. Calendar for dating Easter and related holy days--extend beyond 2020. Chart of lectionary years on page 227--update and extend. Current version of ordinal. Available with all digital formats PDF contents pages--hot linked to each section/item.ledge 1 * The Congregational Pledge 2 * SERVICES OF CHRISTIAN MARRIAGE * A SERVICE OF CHRISTIAN MARRIAGE I * ENTRANCE * DECLARATION OF INTENTION * PROCLAMATION AND RESPONSE * SERMON OR OTHER WITNESS TO CHRISTIAN MARRIAGE * THE MARRIAGE * THANKSGIVING AND COMMUNION * SENDING FORTH * A SERVICE OF CHRISTIAN MARRIAGE II * ENTRANCE * DECLARATION OF INTENTION * THE MARRIAGE * SENDING FORTH * A SERVICE FOR THE RECOGNITION OR THE BLESSING OF A CIVIL MARRIAGE * AN ORDER FOR THE REAFFIRMATION OF THE MARRIAGE COVENANT * MARRIAGE ANNIVERSARY PRAYERS * SERVICES OF DEATH AND RESURRECTION * A SERVICE OF DEATH AND RESURRECTION * ENTRANCE * PROCLAMATION AND RESPONSE * Other Suggested Scripture Readings * COMMENDATION * AN ORDER FOR HOLY COMMUNION * A SERVICE OF COMMITTAL * ADDITIONAL RESOURCES FOR SERVICES OF DEATH AND RESURRECTION * FOR GENERAL USE * Words of Grace and Sentences * Prayers * AT THE SERVICE FOR A CHILD * FOR AN UNTIMELY OR TRAGIC DEATH * AT THE SERVICE FOR A PERSON WHO DID NOT PROFESS THE CHRISTIAN FAITH * Words of Grace and Sentences * MINISTRY WITH THE DYING * MINISTRY IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING DEATH * A FAMILY HOUR OR WAKE * A SERVICE OF DEATH AND RESURRECTION FOR A STILLBORN CHILD * DAILY PRAISE AND PRAYER * AN ORDER FOR MORNING PRAISE AND PRAYER * AN ORDER FOR MIDDAY PRAISE AND PRAYER * AN ORDER FOR EVENING PRAISE AND PRAYER * AN ORDER FOR NIGHT PRAISE AND PRAYER * Occasional Services * AN ORDER OF THANKSGIVING FOR THE BIRTH OR ADOPTION OF A CHILD * A SERVICE FOR THE BLESSING OF A HOME * Healing Services and Prayers * INTRODUCTION * A SERVICE OF HEALING I * A SERVICE OF HEALING II * A SERVICE OF HOPE AFTER LOSS OF PREGNANCY * MINISTRY WITH PERSONS GOING THROUGH DIVORCE * MINISTRY WITH PERSONS SUFFERING FROM ADDICTION OR SUBSTANCE ABUSE * MINISTRY WITH PERSONS WITH AIDS * MINISTRY WITH PERSONS WITH LIFE-THREATENING ILLNESS * MINISTRY WITH PERSONS IN COMA OR UNABLE TO COMMUNICATE * ACKNOWLEDGMENTS * GENERAL SERVICES * DAILY PRAISE AND PRAYER * OCCASIONAL SERVICES * HEALING SERVICES AND PRAYERS
For more than 10,000 years, grains have been the staples of Western civilization. The stored energy of grain allowed our ancestors to shift from nomadic hunting and gathering and build settled communities--even great cities. Though most bread now comes from factory bakeries, the symbolism of wheat and bread--amber waves of grain, the staff of life--still carries great meaning. Today, bread and beer are once again building community as a new band of farmers, bakers, millers, and maltsters work to reinvent local grain systems. The New Bread Basket tells their stories and reveals the village that stands behind every loaf and every pint. While eating locally grown crops like heirloom tomatoes has become almost a cliché, grains are late in arriving to local tables, because growing them requires a lot of land and equipment. Milling, malting, and marketing take both tools and cooperation. The New Bread Basket reveals the bones of that cooperation, profiling the seed breeders, agronomists, and grassroots food activists who are collaborating with farmers, millers, bakers, and other local producers. Take Andrea and Christian Stanley, a couple who taught themselves the craft of malting and opened the first malthouse in New England in one hundred years. Outside Ithaca, New York, bread from a farmer-miller-baker partnership has become an emblem in the battle against shale gas fracking. And in the Pacific Northwest, people are shifting grain markets from commodity exports to regional feed, food, and alcohol production. Such pioneering grain projects give consumers an alternative to industrial bread and beer, and return their production to a scale that respects people, local communities, and the health of the environment. Many Americans today avoid gluten and carbohydrates. Yet, our shared history with grains--from the village baker to Wonder Bread--suggests that modern changes in farming and processing could be the real reason that grains have become suspect in popular nutrition. The people profiled in The New Bread Basket are returning to traditional methods like long sourdough fermentations that might address the dietary ills attributed to wheat. Their work and lives make our foundational crops visible, and vital, again.
Our Choice: Democracy or Corporate Rule A handful of corporations and financial institutions command an ever-greater concentration of economic and political power in an assault against markets, democracy, and life. It's a "suicide economy," says David Korten, that destroys the very foundations of its own existence. The bestselling 1995 edition of When Corporations Rule the World helped launch a global resistance against corporate domination. In this twentieth-anniversary edition, Korten shares insights from his personal experience as a participant in the growing movement for a New Economy. A new introduction documents the further concentration of wealth and corporate power since 1995 and explores why our institutions resolutely resist even modest reform. A new conclusion chapter outlines high-leverage opportunities for breakthrough change.
In critically acclaimed author Sarah Darer Littman's gripping new novel what happens online doesn't always stay online . . . Lara just got told off on Facebook. She thought that Christian liked her, that he was finally going to ask her to his school's homecoming dance. It's been a long time since Lara's felt this bad, this depressed. She's worked really hard since starting high school to be happy and make new friends. Bree used to be BBFs with overweight, depressed Lara in middle school, but constantly listening to Lara's problems got to be too much. Bree's secretly glad that Christian's pointed out Lara's flaws to the world. Lara's not nearly as great as everyone thinks. After weeks of talking online, Lara thought she knew Christian, so what's with this sudden change? And where does he get off saying horrible things on her wall? Even worse - are they true? But no one realized just how far Christian's harsh comments would push Lara. Not even Bree. As online life collides with real life, the truth starts to come together and the backlash is even more devastating than than anyone could have imagined.
A Heart Like His: Seeking the Heart of God Through a Study of David - Member Book by Beth Moore provides a personal study experience five days a week plus viewer guides for the group video sessions of this in-depth women's Bible study. In this study of David and - the man the Bible calls a "man after God's own heart" and - Beth explores the pastures, caves, and palace of one of the most well known figures in history. David will make you laugh and cry. He will delight and disappoint you. He will make you want to be just like him at times and nothing like him at others. He is sure to capture your interest if you let him. And God is sure to change your heart and mdash if you let Him.<P><P> Beth Moore invites you to join her on an exciting and intimate journey to know King David focusing on his years as God's chosen king of Israel. David's life clearly demonstrates that God is always able to reach us, correct us, and reclaim our worship. If you've ever experienced doubts, temptations, losses, personal inconsistencies, or if you've anguished over family problems, then this study is for you.<P> The Member Book includes:<P> * 10 weeks of personal interactive study for five days a week<P> * Leader guide in back of book<P> * Viewer guide for use with the DVD teaching sessions
James Randi is internationally known as a magician and escape artist. But for the past thirty-five years of his professional life, he has also been active as an investigator of the paranormal, occult, and supernatural claims that have impressed the thinking of the public for a generation: ESP, psychokinesis, psychic detectives, levitation, psychic surgery, UFOs, dowsing, astrology, and many others. Those of us unable to discriminate between genuine scientific research and the pseudoscientific nonsense that has resulted in fantastic theories and fancies have long needed James Randi and Flim-Flam! <P><P> In this book, Randi explores and exposes what he believes to be the outrageous deception that has been promoted widely in the media. Unafraid to call researchers to account for their failures and impostures, Randi tells us that we have been badly served by scientists who have failed to follow the procedures required by their training and traditions. Here he shows us how what he views as sloppy research has been followed by rationalizations of evident failures, and we see these errors and misrepresentations clearly pointed out. Mr. Randi provides us with a compelling and convincing document that will certainly startle and enlighten all who read it.
Why have scientists shied away from politics, or defended their work as value free? How has the ideal of neutrality come to dominate the world of science? These are some of the central questions that Robert Proctor addresses in his study of the politics of modern science.<P><P> Value-Free Science? emphasizes the importance of understanding the political origins and impact of scientific ideas. Proctor lucidly demonstrates how value-neutrality is a reaction to larger political developments, including the use of science by government and industry, the specialization of professional disciplines, and the efforts to stifle intellectual freedoms or to politicize the world of the academy.<P> The first part of the book traces the origins of value-neutrality prior to the eighteenth century. Plato and Aristotle saw contemplative thought as superior to practical action, and this separation of theory and practice is still invoked today in defense of "neutral science." In the seventeenth century the Baconian search for useful knowledge allowed a new and closer tie between theory and practice, but it also isolated moral knowledge from natural philosophy. Another version of neutrality was introduced by the mechanical conception of the universe, in which the idea of a benevolent, human-centered cosmos was replaced with a "devalorized" view of nature.<P> The central part of the book explores the exclusion of politics and morals with the emergence of the social sciences. Proctor highlights the case of Germany, where the ideal of value-neutrality was first articulated in modern form by social scientists seeking to attack or defend Marxism, feminism, and other social movements. He traces the rise and fall of positivist ethical and economic theory, showing that arguments for value-free science often mask concrete political maneuvers. Finally, he reviews critiques of science that have been voiced in recent debates over critical issues in agricultural science, military research, health and medicine, and biological determinism.<P> This provocative book will interest anyone seeking ways to reconcile the ideals of scientific freedom and social responsibility.
Narrative Conceptions of Knowledge: Towards Understanding Teacher Attrition (Advances in Research on Teaching, Vol. 23)by D. Jean Clandinin C. Aiden Downey Lee Schaefer Eliza Pinnegar
The book volume shares six narrative accounts, which offer glimpses into the teachers' lives, which are composed with attention to place, temporality, and personal and social dimensions.
This book is designed to be a comprehensive text to help you getting into graduate school in psychology and has four sections --The test,The material,The practise test and The admission process.
Set in 19th-century England, it tells the story of Pip,an orphan, who travels to London intending to live life as a gentleman.Pip is forced to re-examine his values and to establish a life that is not based on wealth.
The author makes an in-depth analysis of the Judicial System with Constitutional emphasis based on a number of true stories.
The author in this book aims to connect the problem of pure possibility, potentiality, and power with the problem of political and social ethics in a context where the latter has lost its previous religious, metaphysical, and cultural grounding.
In the past thirty years historians have come to realize that the shape and temper of early America was determined as much by its Indian natives as it was by its European colonizers. No one has done more to discover and recount this story than James Axtell, one of America's premier ethnohistorians. Natives and Newcomers is a collection of fifteen of his best and most influential essays, available for the first time in one volume. In accessible and often witty prose, Axtell describes the major encounters between Indians and Europeans--first contacts, communications, epidemics, trade and gift-giving, social and sexual mingling, work, cultural and religious conversions, military clashes--and probes their short- and long-term consequences for both cultures. The result is a book that shows how encounters between Indians and Europeans ultimately led to the birth of a distinctly American identity. Natives and Newcomers is an essential text for undergraduate and graduate courses in Colonial American history and Native American history.
Using this interactive textbook along with your full student edition and networks will empower you to learn civics in a whole new way.
This book takes a functional approach to the process of management with a focus on active planning, leading, organizing and controlling.
Algebra 2 covers several methods for solving quadratic equations, such as factoring, completing the square, and graphing. The text also introduces trigonometry and exponential functions--vital concepts for real world applications.
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