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|Author||: Donna M. Davis|
|Total Pages||: 165|
|Genre||: Social Science|
Download Resiliency Reconsidered Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
The goal of this book is to generate discussion not only about how we can create meaningful educational experiences for all learners, but to challenge systems that necessitate a resilient nature. Ultimately, the authors promote the need for a foundation of socially just policies and practices in all educational settings and respond to the question: How does a paradigm of resiliency translate into institutional change that benefits everyone?
|Author||: Robert Jervis,Stacie Goddard,Diane N. Labrosse,Joshua Rovner|
|Publsiher||: Columbia University Press|
|Total Pages||: 361|
|Genre||: Political Science|
Download Chaos Reconsidered Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
The shock of Donald Trump’s election caused many observers to ask whether the liberal international order—the system of institutions and norms established after World War II—was coming to an end. The victory of Joe Biden, a committed institutionalist, suggested that the liberal order would endure. Even so, important questions remained: Was Trump an aberration? Is Biden struggling in vain against irreparable changes in international politics? What does the future hold for the international order? The essays in Chaos Reconsidered answer those questions. Leading scholars assess the domestic and global effects of the Trump and Biden presidencies. The historians put the Trump years and Biden’s victory in historical context. Regional specialists evaluate U.S. diplomacy in Asia, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and Latin America. Others foreground topics such as global right-wing populism, the COVID-19 pandemic, racial inequality, and environmental degradation. International relations theorists reconsider the nature of international politics, pointing to deficiencies in traditional IR methods for explaining world events and Trump’s presidency in particular. Together, these experts provide a comprehensive analysis of the state of U.S. alliances and partnerships, the durability of the liberal international order, the standing and reputation of the United States as a global leader, the implications of China’s assertiveness and Russia’s aggression, and the prospects for the Biden administration and its successors.
|Author||: Lawrence C. Dodd,Bruce Ian Oppenheimer|
|Publsiher||: CQ-Roll Call Group Books|
|Total Pages||: 484|
|Genre||: Electronic Book|
Download Congress Reconsidered Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Eighteen original essays by leading scholars offer a cutting edge perspective on change in the modern Congress. This edition provides an assessment of the Republican revolution, its electoral after-math in 1996, and the prospects for a long-term Republican congressional dominance.
|Author||: Daniel J. O'Keefe|
|Publsiher||: SAGE Publications|
|Total Pages||: 409|
|Genre||: Language Arts & Disciplines|
Download Persuasion Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Persuasion: Theory and Research, Third Edition is a comprehensive overview of social-scientific theory and research on persuasion. Written in a clear and accessible style that assumes no special technical background in research methods, the Third Edition has been thoroughly revised to reflect developments in persuasion studies. New discussions of subjects such as reactance and the use of narratives as vehicles for persuasion, revised treatments of the theories of reasoned action and planned behavior, and two new chapters on social judgment theory and stage models provide your students with the most current work on persuasion in a clear, straightforward manner. In this edition, author Daniel J. O'Keefe has given special attention to the importance of adapting (tailoring) messages to audiences to maximize persuasiveness. Each chapter has a set of review questions to guide students through the chapter’s material and quickly master the concepts being introduced.
|Author||: Pamela Bowell,Brian S. Heap|
|Publsiher||: Taylor & Francis|
|Total Pages||: 146|
Download Putting Process Drama into Action Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This new book provides a clear and accessible guide on best practice to support teachers when using process drama in establishing creative learning partnerships with their students. It offers a detailed analysis and explores the roles of actor, director and playwright that the teacher must adopt in order to develop the ‘thinking on your feet’ skills and knowledge necessary to deliver a complete process drama experience. Addressing the dynamic nature of process drama, it provides a clear and rigorous explanation of the theory of process drama and links it to practice. Drawing on a wide range of detailed examples from the authors’ international and cross-cultural practice, it demonstrates how an effective process drama operates in action. Written to help practitioners and students produce powerful, artistic and educative experiences, chapters cover: pedagogy and the improvised nature of the art form; the structural framework and making shifts in the drama; the role of actor, director, playwright and teacher; monitoring emotional range; progression and the importance of reflection; the spiral of creative exchange and the complexities of co-creativity. Putting Process Drama into Action will be an essential guide for students undertaking initial teacher training at primary level, in addition to those studying both Drama and English at secondary level. It will also prove to be essential reading for specialist and non-specialist teachers in the primary and secondary sectors who teach, or wish to teach, process drama.
|Author||: Director Center for International Relations Andrew J Bacevich,Andrew J. Bacevich,Efraim Inbar|
|Publsiher||: Psychology Press|
|Total Pages||: 208|
|Genre||: Middle East|
Download The Gulf War of 1991 Reconsidered Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
The Gulf War of 1991 Reconsidered subjects one of the formative events of the post-Cold War era and a watershed in Middle Eastern international politics to a comprehensive reassessment. Condidering events from Arab, Israeli and American view points, the book examines the Gulf War's historical origins, conduct and legacy.
|Author||: Nora Demleitner,Douglas Berman,Marc L. Miller,Ronald F. Wright|
|Publsiher||: Aspen Publishing|
|Total Pages||: 632|
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Sentencing Law and Policy: Cases, Statutes, and Guidelines, Fifth Edition
|Author||: Matthew McCartney|
|Publsiher||: Cambridge University Press|
|Total Pages||: 135|
|Genre||: Political Science|
Download The Dragon from the Mountains Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
China has promised to invest more than $60billion in Pakistan, in roads, rail, energy and a deep-water port at Gwadar. This is unprecedented relative to decades of minimal foreign direct investment (FDI) entering Pakistan. This is the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). Support for CPEC in Pakistan is widespread and encompasses much of academia, the military, the mainstream political leadership, and civil society. Supporters argue that CPEC offers the potential to transform Pakistan and support rapid, equitable and sustainable economic growth. Detractors of CPEC argue that it will more likely tip Pakistan into a dependent debt-relationship with China and that it will facilitate more Chinese imports into Pakistan posing a threat to Pakistan's industrial base. This book utilises an in-depth understanding of economic change in contemporary China and Pakistan, and economic theory and studies of big infrastructure projects from the contemporary and historical world to evaluate these contrasting views about CPEC.