Challenging Boundaries in Language Education

Challenging Boundaries in Language Education
Author: Achilleas Kostoulas
Publsiher: Springer
Total Pages: 260
Release: 2019-06-08
Genre: Education
ISBN: 9783030170578

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This edited collection challenges the perceptions of disciplinary, linguistic, geographical and ideological borders that run across language education. By highlighting commonalities and tracing connections between diverse sub-fields that have traditionally been studied separately, the book shows how the perspectives of practitioners and researchers working in diverse areas of language education can mutually inform each other. It consists of three thematic parts: Part I outlines the field of language education and challenges its definition by highlighting additional theoretical constructs that have tended to be viewed as separate from language education. Part II investigates curricular boundaries, showing how the language-learning curriculum can be enriched by connections with other curricular areas. Lastly, Part III looks into the challenges and opportunities associated with language education against the backdrop of globalisation.

Setting Boundaries with Difficult People

Setting Boundaries   with Difficult People
Author: Allison Bottke
Publsiher: Harvest House Publishers
Total Pages: 240
Release: 2011-10-01
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9780736941341

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Continuing her popular Setting Boundaries® series, Allison Bottke offer her distinctive “Six Steps to SANITY” to readers who must deal with difficult people. S…Stop your own negative behavior A…Assemble a support group N…Nip excuses in the bud I…Implement rules and boundaries T….Trust your instincts Y…Yield everything to God Whether it’s a spouse, in-law, boss, coworker, family member, neighbor, or friend, readers who have allowed others to overstep their boundaries will learn how these six steps can help them reset those boundaries and take back their life…for good. Setting Boundaries® with Difficult People is designed to inspire, empower, and equip readers with the tools to transform lives.

Challenging the Boundaries

Challenging the Boundaries
Author: Anonim
Publsiher: BRILL
Total Pages: 262
Release: 2007-01-01
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 9789401204736

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Challenging the Boundaries seeks to transcend the limits of literary genres and national cultures, exploring both old and new frontiers in language and literature from an interdisciplinary, multifaceted, and challenging perspective. Selected from the pathbreaking Istanbul conference of the Poetics and Linguistics Association, these papers treat topics ranging from contemporary neurobiology’s insights into the sources of poetic creativity to the cultural theories of Michel Foucault and Hélène Cixous and their literary consequences; from the films of the American director David Lynch to those of the Senegalese artist Djibril Diop Mambéty; from the work of the Turkish novelist Orhan Pamuk to James Joyce’s Ulysses and the stories of Virginia Woolf. This volume will be of particular interest to readers who might wish to become acquainted with the work of able young scholars from an exceptionally wide array of academic cultures and theoretical commitments. The authors whose essays appear in Challenging the Boundaries reflect in their approaches and subjects both the breadth and depth of the international academic community.PALA Papers is a series of volumes comprising essays selected and edited from presentations at the annual conferences of the Poetics and Linguistics Association, an international body of scholars whose work focuses on the interdisciplinary nexus of linguistics, discourse theory, and literary analysis, criticism, and theory. Each volume will present studies that provide models to scholars throughout the world for conducting their own research in this multidisciplinary paradigm on such topics as, among many others, close linguistic analysis of canonical literary works, corpus-based studies of literary narrative, and the linguistic basis of contemporary social and cultural theory.

Challenging the Boundaries of Slavery

Challenging the Boundaries of Slavery
Author: David Brion DAVIS
Publsiher: Harvard University Press
Total Pages: 128
Release: 2009-06-30
Genre: History
ISBN: 9780674030251

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"This book views slavery in a new light and underscores the human tragedy at the heart of the American story."--Jacket

Crossing Boundaries in Public Policy and Management

Crossing Boundaries in Public Policy and Management
Author: Luke Craven,Helen Dickinson,Gemma Carey
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 262
Release: 2018-12-07
Genre: Business & Economics
ISBN: 9781351796521

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This book aims to develop four key challenges that remain unresolved in the boundary-spanning literature, which span from the conceptual, to the practice, to the translational. In doing so, it tackles the question of boundary-spanning from four different angles, providing an in-depth investigation of the current state of the field in each of these realms, in addition to new directions for solving the identified challenges. Finally, the book synthesises the lessons from each of these challenges into a coherent and integrated final piece of the boundary dilemma. In doing so, it will provide depth and a clearer agenda for future research and practice. Crossing Boundaries in Public Policy and Management digs into the heart of enduring questions and challenges for cross-boundary working, providing in-depth conceptual contributions on the fundamental challenges of boundary work. It displays the latest state of knowledge on the topic and will be of interest to researchers, academics, practitioners, and students in the fields of public management, public policy, public administration, public-private relationships and coordination and collaboration.

Boundaries

Boundaries
Author: Henry Cloud,John Sims Townsend
Publsiher: Zondervan
Total Pages: 324
Release: 1992
Genre: Family & Relationships
ISBN: 9780310585909

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When to say yes, when to say no to take control of your life.

Boundaries with Teens

Boundaries with Teens
Author: John Townsend
Publsiher: Zondervan
Total Pages: 289
Release: 2009-05-18
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9780310565673

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Establish wise and loving limits that make a positive difference in your teen, in the rest of your family, and in you. The teen years: relationships, peer pressure, school, dating, character. To help teenagers grow into healthy adults, parents and youth workers need to teach them how to take responsibility for their behavior, their values, and their lives. From bestselling author and counselor Dr. John Townsend, Boundaries with Teens is the expert insight and guidance you need to help your teens take responsibility for their actions, attitudes, and emotions and gain a deeper appreciation and respect both for you and for themselves. With wisdom and empathy, Dr. Townsend applies biblically based principles for the challenging task of guiding your children through the teen years. Using the same principles he used to successfully raise two teens, he shows you how to: Deal with disrespectful attitudes and impossible behavior in your teen Set healthy limits and realistic consequences Be loving and caring while establishing rules Determine specific strategies to deal with problems both big and small Discover how boundaries make parenting teens better today! Plus, check out Boundaries family collection of books dedicated to key areas of life – dating, marriage, raising young kids, and leadership. Workbooks and Spanish editions are also available.

Challenging Boundaries

Challenging Boundaries
Author: Michael J. Shapiro,Hayward R. Alker
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 493
Release: 1996
Genre: Group identity.
ISBN: 0816626995

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Contributors contend that new realities such as NAFTA and recent events in Bosnia have exposed the inadequacies of existing models of international relations, and reveal how the traditional theoretical framework, with its emphasis on bipolar politics and great-power relations, is implicated in the power structure it describes. They look at the global instabilities putting pressure on the bordered world of states, and explore modes of political expression and action that challenge this framework. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR