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The Abc S Of Anthropology

Author : Larry Baron
ISBN : 1530036607
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This book is primarily about the material world of indigenous peoples - their artifacts. The artifacts are only one investigative branch of anthropology but not the whole.

Abc S Of Cultural Understanding And Communication

Author : Patricia Ruggiano Schmidt
ISBN : 9781607527077
Genre : Education
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This book is a valuable one for teacher educators and teacher education programs in the United States and Europe, since it is organized around numerous data sources. It contains national and international adaptations of the ABC’s of Cultural Understanding and Communication. Authors for this book represent many languages and cultures and know, first hand, the socially constructed issues related to language, culture, and ethnicity. This book promises to make a significant contribution to preparing teachers to work with families and children. It should be read by all teacher educators as well as preservice and inservice teachers. In the new millennium teachers must redefine their responsibilities to ensure that ALL children have the opportunity to succeed. ABC’s of Cultural Understanding and Communication: National and International Adaptations is a perfect place to start.

Practicing Anthropology

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105016965886
Genre : Anthropologists
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Levant Mirage

Author : Oliver F. Chase
ISBN : 0986140627
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Levant Mirage exposes more than just fifteen hundred years of religious turmoil. The world faces a grim choice-submit to the demands of terrorists or face mass obliteration. Adam Michaels, son of a jet-setting mother and a heroic Syrian father is exonerated for his part in the bloodiest day of America's longest war. Yet when he returns home, neither forgiveness nor understanding greet him. His ambitious and politically connected wife files for divorce, a conspiracy in the halls of the Pentagon places a target squarely on his back, and a Broadway actress believes she has fallen in love with him. When a secret PhD dissertation is inexplicably declassified, Adam becomes the most hated man in the terrorist's world. Believing he might hold the key to thwart a theocratic society of subjugation, a splinter group of extremists attempt to kidnap or at the very least, kill him. Undercover and often alone, Adam must decide between a failed national policy, a family he has never met, and just staying alive. With a billion lives in the balance as the planet's societies crumble, Adam makes a choice that few understand and fewer will forgive. Taken from the world's daily headlines, the research, people, and places of Levant Mirage are real, even if the work is fiction.

The Software Encyclopedia

Author : R.R. Bowker Company
ISBN : UOM:39015081529912
Genre : Computer programs
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Children Of Guatemala

Author : Jules Hermes
ISBN : 0876149948
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Presents an overview of the history, geography, and people of Guatemala by introducing Mayan, Cakchiquel, Ladino, and Garifuna children.

The Risen

Author : Marie F. Crow
ISBN : 0991019970
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The Risen: Dawning, Anniversary Edition is the first zombie apocalypse novel in The Risen series by author Marie F Crow. The author uses a descriptive writing style to paint the scenes and moods of the characters. She feels this style enhances the content delivering the zombie apocalypse story in true regard to her creative concept. It has been one year since the beginning of this journey. I am deeply honored by all of my fans who have embraced The Risen series. You have expressed to me your favorite characters and the connections you find with them. I feel this series is special in that it embraces the human element as well as the telling of classical horror. As a "thank you" to all my fans it is my pleasure to introduce The Risen: Dawning, Anniversary Edition. This book contains a variety of scenes and character depth not included in the original version. Synopsis: Helena Hawthorn has lived her entire life in the dark shadow of her perfect younger siblings, The Hawthorn Angels. Now as the world awakens to a new horror, she will have to risk everything to keep them safe or forever be haunted by the failure to keep them alive. Each day will bring a new victory, or a new scar, as Helena learns that the dawn waits for no one. With her newly bonded family, the local motorcycle club G.R.I.T., they will discover the world now holds much deeper horrors for them than they could have ever imagined. The Risen not only stalk the earth but stalk their nightmares as well. Comments from fans about Marie F Crow's zombie apocalypse series: "FINALLY!!!!! A zombie story that I LIKE!!!!" "Freakishly awesome!" "From the beginning to the end...THIS is an amazing zombie apoc story." "I mean...Zombies...Bikers...the Paranormal? YES PLEASE!" "With zombie books, one of the greatest pleasures is to be able to get that chill up your spine as you embrace the apocalyptic chaos and atmosphere of death, destruction and despair. That is exactly what Crow does here, she paints the sublime with her words and in doing so creates a lovely and violent story where you can feel each chapter viscerally through her deep descriptions." "The writing is so descriptive, you feel like you're directly involved in the scene, wanting to scream and run with no place to go but to close the book, but you can't. It's a true page turner. I so can't wait to see what this author has next for us in store. Highly recommend this read!!!" "Zombie novels are a dime a dozen, and it's almost comical how many there are. We lost the innate fear that zombies have the power to create. But not in this book; this book harkens back to a George A Romero zombie movie, a classic. Not in the plot, but as a real horror story, giving us chills, and sticking with us. Filling our minds with the wonderfully created terror that oh so few authors have the ability to grasp. She gives us the gore that so often has been ignored. Zombie and gore go hand in hand, and I'm glad to see an author who truly understands that." "Marie F Crow will be a force to be reckoned with in the very near future, this I can already see..." "An absolute thrill ride throughout, this book will have you flippin the pages, looking over your shoulder at every noise, and reading with the lights on!" "Kudos to Marie F Crow for such a fantastic read!"

Association For Anthropology Gerontology Newsletter

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ISBN : MINN:31951P00186003O
Genre : Anthropology
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Righteous Dopefiend

Author : Philippe I. Bourgois
ISBN : 0520230884
Genre : Social Science
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Explores the world of homelessness and drug addiction in contemporary United States, discussing such themes as violence, race relations, sexuality, family trauma, social inequality, and power relations.

Passport Photos

Author : Amitava Kumar
ISBN : 0520922689
Genre : Photography
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Passport Photos, a self-conscious act of artistic and intellectual forgery, is a report on the immigrant condition. A multigenre book combining theory, poetry, cultural criticism, and photography, it explores the complexities of the immigration experience, intervening in the impersonal language of the state. Passport Photos joins books by writers like Edward Said and Trinh T. Minh-ha in the search for a new poetics and politics of diaspora. Organized as a passport, Passport Photos is a unique work, taking as its object of analysis and engagement the lived experience of post-coloniality--especially in the United States and India. The book is a collage, moving back and forth between places, historical moments, voices, and levels of analysis. Seeking to link cultural, political, and aesthetic critiques, it weaves together issues as diverse as Indian fiction written in English, signs put up by the border patrol at the U.S.-Tijuana border, ethnic restaurants in New York City, the history of Indian indenture in Trinidad, Native Americans at the Superbowl, and much more. The borders this book crosses again and again are those where critical theory meets popular journalism, and where political poetry encounters the work of documentary photography. The argument for such border crossings lies in the reality of people's lives. This thought-provoking book explores that reality, as it brings postcolonial theory to a personal level and investigates global influences on local lives of immigrants.

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