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Open Conversations

Author : David Carr
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• An annotated bibliography of key works • A standard bibliography

Blindness Through the Looking Glass

Author : Gili Hammer
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Challenges visuality as the dominant mode through which we understand gender, social performance, and visual culture

Foreign Relations of the United States

Author : United States. Department of State
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Parliamentary Debates Hansard Official Report

Author : Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
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Contains the 4th session of the 28th Parliament through the session of the Parliament.

Norsk engelsk ordbog

Author : John Brynildsen
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Opening the Door to Coaching Conversations

Author : Linda M. Gross Cheliotes
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What does coach leadership look like in action? Effective leaders help others learn to resolve issues. This companion and follow-up book to Coaching Conversations brings the coaching style of leadership to life with stories of real people, facing real problems, who use coaching skills to empower their staff. Each chapter deals with a challenging leadership area and includes space for personal reflection, questions, and next steps. Topics covered include: Core values Building trust and community High expectations School turnaround Garnering genuine buy-in Difficult conversations Accountability Balancing personal and professional commitments

The Open Court

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Parliamentary Debates Hansard

Author : Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
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Contains the 4th session of the 28th Parliament through the session of the Parliament.

Software Process Technology

Author : Jean-Claude Derniame
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Software process technology emerged as an identified research and development activity in the early 1980s. Since then, several international workshops and conferences have contributed to the creation of an international community with a common understanding of the concepts involved. Numerous prototypes and tools are now appearing to support thesoftware process life cycle. The first European Workshop on Software ProcessTechnology was held in 1991, which led among other things to the creation ofan ESPRIT working group. EWSPT '92 is the first event of this working group. This volume presents the proceedings of EWSPT '92. The papers areorganized into sections on: - Concepts and reference frameworks, - Humanand social aspects in process modelling, - Process engines and enactment mechanisms, - Models, - Process lifecycle.

Open Constitutional Courts

Author : Patrick Keyzer
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Sometimes a group is rich enough and philanthropic enough to fund a constitutional challenge to a piece of legislation. GetUp's victory in the High Court of Australia in August 2010 is an example - and as a result nearly 60,000 Australians were enfranchised to vote in the general election later that month.Often, however, a challenger doesn't have a wealthy backer and takes a huge risk in mounting the action. Would the Commonwealth cede standing? Would it waive its costs if the challenger lost?Patrick Keyzer's book is a powerful argument the constitututional justice requires the removal of this political, lottery element from a legitimate constitutional challenge. The private law paradigm of litigation, he says, is inappropriate in constitutional cases.Keyzer argues that an application for the judicial review of legislative action should be characterised as an exercise of political free speech, and that the rules governing standing and costs are incompatible with that freedom and should be abolished in constitutional cases.He demonstrates that the constitutional guarantee of judicial review gives rise to a right to know whether a law is constitutionally valid, providing a further rationale for open access. Such open access would supply our constitutional courts with a wider normative horizon, and lend legitimacy to judicial review and its outcomes.

Freedom from Fear

Author : Harold H. Dawley
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The Austrian Crisis and British Foreign Policy

Author : Anthony Eden (Earl of Avon)
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Facing the Dictators

Author : Anthony Eden (Earl of Avon)
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Public Speaking for College Students

Author : Lionel Crocker
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Foregrounding Ethical Awareness in Composition and English Studies

Author : Sheryl I. Fontaine
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This collection of essays is the first sustained look at the emerging ethical concerns in composition and English studies. Unlike other works that may have used ethics as a way to set a particular code of conduct or to examine a particular area of study, this book describes a range of situations, obliging us to reevaluate the ethical systems that we have previously accepted. Fontaine and Hunter have organized the essays into conceptual sections that focus on three of the many ways in which our current situations can be reconsidered. In the first section, "Reevaluating Contemporary Pedagogies," the authors identify ethical problems that arise within some of our most widely accepted pedagogical strategies and perspectives. "Competing Obligations" refers to the ethical problems that emerge as teachers and administrators find themselves faced with allegiances to more than one group and more than one vision in the academy. And the authors in "Professional Evolutions" consider ways in which developments and changes in the world outside the English department create ethical conflicts close to home. Together, these essays provide ethical vantage points from which it is incumbent upon us to view our agency in our profession and in our classrooms. The book's wide range of voices and perspectives helps us begin to understand our own personal and professional ethical awareness and to anticipate the issues we all must face.

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How to Open and Operate a Home based Day care Business

Author : Shari Steelsmith
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A resource on all the aspects of starting and running a day-care operation in the home discusses how to construct a business plan, obtain financing, and become licensed while offering success tips and problem-solving ideas. Original. IP.

Communication in Organizations

Author : Dalmar Fisher
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African Sociological Review

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How To Start A Conversation And Make Friends

Author : Don Gabor
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Now revised and updated for the digital era, the classic bestseller How to Start a Conversation and Make Friends has helped hundreds of thousands of people communicate with wit, confidence, and enthusiasm for more than a generation. Small-talk expert Don Gabor has completely revised and updated this definitive guide, showing how to combine essential techniques in the art of conversation with necessary skills for communicating in the twenty-first century. By following the simple and dynamic guidelines in this easy-to-read book, you’ll be ready to strike up a great conversation anytime, anywhere—whether you’re at a cocktail party or chatting online. Learn how to keep the conversation going by asking the right questions, using body language effectively, and avoiding conversation pitfalls. Combining his tried-and-true methods with a whole new section on communicating online and through social networking, Don Gabor shows you how to: · Identify your personal conversation style · Engage in online conversations using proper etiquette and security · Turn online conversations into face-to-face relationships · Boost your personal and professional speaking skills to the next level Packed with charts, hundreds of opening lines, real-life examples, FAQs, helpful hints, and solid professional advice, How to Start a Conversation and Make Friends will help you connect with others at home, work, online, in person, and everywhere in between.