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Dispelling chemical industry myths

Written By: Trevor A. Kletz
  • ID Book : 135145479X
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Number of Pages : 200
  • Genre : Science
  • Reads : 208
  • Supported Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • eFile : dispelling-chemical-industry-myths.pdf

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This book covers myths about technology, management, toxicology, and the environment. It helps all who work in the chemical industry and all chemical engineers, including teachers and students to avoid accidents and wrong decisions and use resources more effectively.

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  • File Pdf: mediated-images-of-the-south.pdf

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  • Pages : 240
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  • Pages : 528
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Most American Jews today will probably tell you that Judaism is inherently democratic and that Jewish and American cultures share the same core beliefs and values. But in fact, Jewish tradition and American culture did not converge seamlessly. Rather, it was American Jews themselves who consciously created this idea of an American Jewish heritage and cemented it in the popular imagination during the late nineteenth and mid-twentieth centuries. History Lessons is the first book to examine how Jews in the United States collectively wove themselves into the narratives of the nation, and came to view the American Jewish experience as a unique chapter in Jewish history. Beth Wenger shows how American Jews celebrated civic holidays like Thanksgiving and the Fourth of July in synagogues and Jewish community organizations, and how they sought to commemorate Jewish cultural contributions and patriotism, often tracing their roots to the nation's founding. She looks at Jewish children's literature used to teach lessons about American Jewish heritage and values, which portrayed--and sometimes embellished--the accomplishments of heroic figures in American Jewish history. Wenger also traces how Jews often disagreed about how properly to represent these figures, focusing on the struggle over the legacy of the Jewish Revolutionary hero Haym Salomon. History Lessons demonstrates how American Jews fashioned a collective heritage that fused their Jewish past with their American present and future.

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  • Pages : 190
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Attain liberation from beliefs Right from our childhood, we all, without exception, have taken in a myriad of beliefs from our parents, family, friends as well as from our environment. As we grow up, and begin to develop a better understanding of life, we no longer need these beliefs. Many of us, however, continue to live in the prison of these limiting beliefs, blindly following them without ever questioning their validity. This book is an eye-opener to the myths and superstitions we have acquired so far. You may wonder whether a state of complete freedom from these myths is ever possible. Hold on! It is indeed possible for everyone. This book will help you in this endeavour. This book is a conclusive myth buster. It helps you bring out the beliefs that you have been holding onto. In the bright light of understanding, you can discover their reality and transcend them. This book covers myths related to topics like time, money, success, confidence, love, marriage, death, and divinity. It also covers everyday superstitions we, as a society, believe in. As you read this book, you will discover that everything is indeed a game of beliefs… Understanding dispels these beliefs and liberates you.

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  • Publisher : ABC-CLIO
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  • Pages : 390
  • Category : Social Science
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  • File Pdf: feminism-and-religion.pdf

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Renowned subject experts Michele A. Paludi and J. Harold Ellens lead readers through a detailed exploration of the feminist methods, issues, and theoretical frameworks that have made women central, not marginal, to religions around the world. • Addresses feminism in several religions, including Buddhism, Christianity, Confucianism, Islam, Judaism, Sikhism, and Taoism • Explores how theology speaks to women's experiences in the family, in relationships, at work, in politics, and in education, while also addressing atheist viewpoints and experiences • Addresses a subject that is highly relevant in discussions focused on events in the Middle East and as the number of women becoming leaders of or top officials in various faiths continues to grow

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  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Isbn : 0743233107
  • Pages : 240
  • Category : Family & Relationships
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Advice for parents who want to recognize the forms abuse can take and learn to determine whether their child is being bullied—or is the bully him/herself. What can you say to a daughter who comes home day after day complaining of being threatened or hit or worse? What if your son is clearly the victim of vicious teasing but doesn’t even want to talk about it? What should you do when you suspect your child may, in fact, be the bully? Your Child: Bully or Victim? offers hands-on help for parents to stop bullying before it begins.

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  • Publisher : Doubleday Books for Young Readers
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  • Pages : 208
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  • File Pdf: d-aulaires-book-of-greek-myths.pdf

Book Summary:

"I doubt I would have grown up to be the writer and artist I became had I not fallen in love with D’Aulaire’s Book of Greek Myths at the age of seven."—R. J. Palacio, author of Wonder Kids can lose themselves in a world of myth and magic while learning important cultural history in this beloved classic collection of Greek mythology. Now updated with a new cover and an afterword featuring never-before-published drawings from the sketchbook of Ingri and Edgar D'Aulaire, plus an essay about their life and work and photos from the family achive. In print for over fifty years, D'Aulaires Book of Greek Myths has introduced generations to Greek mythology—and continues to enthrall young readers. Here are the greats of ancient Greece—gods and goddesses, heroes and monsters—as freshly described in words and pictures as if they were alive today. No other volume of Greek mythology has inspired as many young readers as this timeless classic. Both adults and children alike will find this book a treasure for years to come.

Formative Classroom Walkthroughs

By Connie M. Moss,Susan M. Brookhart
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : ASCD
  • Isbn : 1416619895
  • Pages : 221
  • Category : Education
  • Reads : 922
  • File Pdf: formative-classroom-walkthroughs.pdf

Book Summary:

Revolutionize the walkthrough to focus on the endgame of teaching: student learning. Authors Connie M. Moss and Susan M. Brookhart present the proven practice of formative walkthroughs that ask and answer questions that are specific to what the student is learning and doing. Learn the value of having the observer examine the lesson from the student's point of view and seek evidence of seven key learning components: * A worthwhile lesson * A learning target * A performance of understanding * Look-fors, or success criteria * Formative feedback * Student self-assessment * Effective questioning Drawing upon their research and extensive work with K-12 teachers and administrators, Moss and Brookhart delve into the learning target theory of action that debuted in Learning Targets: Helping Students Aim for Understanding in Today's Lesson and show you how to develop a schoolwide collaborative culture that enhances the learning of teachers, administrators, coaches, and students. They present detailed examples of how formative walkthroughs work across grade levels and subject areas, and provide useful templates that administrators and coaches can use to get started now. Grounded in the beliefs that schools improve when educators improve and that the best evidence of improvement comes from what we see students doing to learn in every lesson, every day, Formative Classroom Walkthroughs offers a path to improvement that makes sense and makes a difference.

Sunset Limited

By Richard J. Orsi
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Univ of California Press
  • Isbn : 0520940865
  • Pages : 637
  • Category : History
  • Reads : 776
  • File Pdf: sunset-limited.pdf

Book Summary:

The only major U.S. railroad to be operated by westerners and the only railroad built from west to east, the Southern Pacific acquired a unique history and character. It also acquired a reputation, especially in California, as a railroad that people loved to hate. This magisterial history tells the full story of the Southern Pacific for the first time, shattering myths about the company that have prevailed to this day. A landmark account, Sunset Limited explores the railroad's development and influence—especially as it affected land settlement, agriculture, water policy, and the environment—and offers a new perspective on the tremendous, often surprising, role the company played in shaping the American West. Based on his unprecedented and extensive research into the company's historical archives, Richard Orsi finds that, contrary to conventional understanding, the Southern Pacific Company identified its corporate well-being with population growth and social and economic development in the railroad's hinterland. As he traces the complex and shifting intersections between corporate and public interest, Orsi documents the railroad's little-known promotion of land distribution, small-scale farming, scientific agriculture, and less wasteful environmental practices and policies—including water conservation and wilderness and recreational parklands preservation. Meticulously researched, lucidly written, and judiciously balanced, Sunset Limited opens a new window onto the American West in a crucial phase of its development and will forever change our perceptions of one of the largest and most important western corporations in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

The Postcolonial and Imperial Experience in American Transcendentalism

By M. Paryz
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Isbn : 1137012188
  • Pages : 240
  • Category : Literary Criticism
  • Reads : 482
  • File Pdf: the-postcolonial-and-imperial-experience-in-american-transcendentalism.pdf

Book Summary:

Analyses literary representations of the American experience in selected works of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, and Walt Whitman. Reveals the ambivalence that underlay the cultural and political development of the United States as a former colony.

Readings for a History of Anthropological Theory, Fifth Edition

By Paul A. Erickson,Liam D. Murphy
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : University of Toronto Press
  • Isbn : 1442636904
  • Pages : 664
  • Category : Social Science
  • Reads : 191
  • File Pdf: readings-for-a-history-of-anthropological-theory-fifth-edition.pdf

Book Summary:

The fifth edition of this bestselling reader builds a strong foundation in both classical and contemporary theory, with a sharpened focus on gender and anthropology, and the anthropology of new media and technology. Short introductions and key terms accompany every reading, and light annotations have been added to aid students in reading original articles. Used on its own or together with A History of Anthropological Theory, Fifth Edition, this anthology offers a flexible and unrivalled introduction to anthropological theory that reflects not only the history but also the changing nature of the discipline today.

STEM-Professional Women's Exclusion in the Canadian Space Industry

By Stefanie Ruel
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Emerald Group Publishing
  • Isbn : 1787695719
  • Pages : 304
  • Category : Business & Economics
  • Reads : 928
  • File Pdf: stem-professional-women-s-exclusion-in-the-canadian-space-industry.pdf

Book Summary:

STEM-Professional Women’s Exclusion in the Canadian Space Industry: Anchor Points and Intersectionality at the Margins of Space showcases the ‘how’ of exclusion of STEM-professional women from management and executive positions.

Perpetrating Selves

By Clare Bielby,Jeffrey Stevenson Murer
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Isbn : 3319967851
  • Pages : 305
  • Category : Social Science
  • Reads : 783
  • File Pdf: perpetrating-selves.pdf

Book Summary:

This volume explores violent perpetration in diverse forms from an interdisciplinary and transnational perspective. From National Socialist perpetration in the museum, through post-terrorist life writing to embodied performances of perpetration in cosplay, the collection draws upon a series of historical and geographical case studies, seen through the lens of a variety of texts, with a particular focus on the locus of the museum as a technology of sense making. In addition to its authored chapters, the volume includes three contributed interviews which offer a practice-led perspective on the topic. Through its wide-ranging approach to violence, the volume draws attention to the contested and gendered nature of what is constructed as ‘perpetration’. With a focus on perpetrator subjectivity or the ‘perpetrator self’, it proposes that we approach perpetration as a form of ‘doing’; and a ‘doing’ that is bound up with the ‘doing’ of one’s gendered identity more broadly. The work will be of great interest to students and scholars working on violence and perpetration in the fields of History, Literary Studies, Area Studies, Women’s and Gender Studies, Museum Studies, Cultural Studies, International Relations and Political Science.

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