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Through Their Eyes

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Through Their Eyes

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Through Their Eyes

Author : Stephen Hess
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Americans often forget that, just as they watch the world through U.S. media, they are also being watched. Foreign correspondents based in the United States report news and provide context to events that are often unfamiliar or confusing to their readers back home. Unfortunately, there has been too little thoughtful examination of the foreign press in America and its role in the world media. Through Their Eyes fills this void in the unmistakable voice of Stephen Hess, who has been reporting on reporting for over a quarter century. Globalization is shrinking the planet, making it more important than ever to know what is going on in the world and how those events are being interpreted elsewhere. September 11 was a chilling reminder that how others perceive us does matter, like it or not. Hess seeks to answer three basic yet essential journalistic questions: Who are these U.S.-based foreign correspondents? How do they operate? And perhaps most important, what do they report, and how? Informed by scores of interviews and armed with original survey research, Hess reveals the mindset of foreign correspondents from a broad sample of countries. He examines how reporting from abroad has changed over the past twenty years and addresses the daunting challenges facing these journalists, ranging from home-office politics to national stereotypes. Unique among works on the subject, this book provides an engaging and humanizing "Day in the Life?" section, illustrating how foreign correspondents conduct their daily activities. This book continues the author's comprehensive Newswork series on the nexus of media, government, and politics. These five books, starting with The Washington Reporters (Brookings, 1981), have become valuable reference materials for all who seek to understand this intersection of journalism and government. Through Their Eyes furthers that rich tradition, making it essential and enjoyable reading.

Through Their Eyes

Author : Mira Lakic
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Aggressions committed by Europeans - Aggressions by Aborigines - Conflict between Aboriginal groups - A compilation of letters to be considered as a source of information rather than an interpretative work.

Through Their Eyes

Author : Lucy Taylor
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In 'Through their eyes: glimpses of a changing Australia', twenty-four elderly Australians living in places of historical significance share their stories. In so doing, they provide glimpses of the changes that have taken place in Australia over the course of their long lifetimes. Ninety colour photographs support their stories while showcasing the natural beauty of Australian landscapes. The changes that are revealed are quite significant. Many jobs that were once part of everyday society no longer exist. Tales from a crocodile hunter, tin miner, blade shearer, bushman and karri timber-getter reveal an adventurous pioneering spirit. Rural towns have disappeared from the nation's maps like Wilson in the Flinders Ranges and Old Adaminaby in the Snowy Mountains. Former residents tell how this came about. Some social policies have had heart-breaking consequences. A member of the Stolen Generation and a psychiatric nurse expose a harsh reality. The 'windjammers' anchored off Wallaroo, the screw steamers plying the waters of the Gippsland Lakes, and the Japanese prisoner-of-war camp built on the outskirts of Cowra may have all vanished, but memories of them still linger with those who saw them when just children. Across the nation, from Cradle Mountain in Tasmania to the Daly River in the Top End, from Manjimup in Western Australia to Eden on the New South Wales coast, longtime residents remember the way things were. Despite their different life experiences, these storytellers have one thing in common. They all possess a remarkable sense of resilience that has enabled them to cope with the incessant winds of change.

Through Their Eyes

Author : Kelly Reeves
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They Hear Through Their Eyes

Author : Eugene N. Crone
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This book, "They Hear Through Their Eyes," is designed to help the professional, either deaf or hearing, who works with persons who are Deaf to identify the signs and symptoms of substance abuse and help those individuals break through their own denial systems. It is an excellent resource for educational programs preparing professionals to work in the field including administrators, counselors, doctors, interpreters, mental health aides, nurses, social workers and therapists. Often done in group sessions supplemented by one-on-one counseling sessions, a unique treatment option, "The Support Team," is presented as one model facilitating self-analysis which enhances the client's ability to make that breakthrough. Once the client admits powerlessness over his/her addiction, the life-long process of recovery can be initiated.

They Hear Through Their Eyes

Author : Eugene Crone
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Through Their Eyes

Author : Machaela Gavaghan
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Through Their Eyes

Author : Lynn Nalven
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Through Their Eyes

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Defining India

Author : Sonia Singh
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From Amartya Sen to Aamir Khan, Raghuram Rajan, Sachin Tendulkar, His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Pranab Mukherjee, Arun Jaitley, Nirmala Sitharaman and Sania Mirza among others, in this book eminent journalist Sonia Singh opens a window to the myriad worlds of these stalwarts, who share their idea of India in freewheeling conversations. Chatty, candid and amazingly gripping these 15 interviews uncover the pivotal moments in their lives that have become defining moments in the history of the nation.

Through Their Eyes Part IV

Author : United States. Dept. of Transportation. Office of Intergovernmental Affairs
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Through Their Eyes Providing transportation for rural America

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Through Their Eyes

Author : Nathanial Eli Gardner
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Even though Elena Poniatowska is considered to be one of the most important female writers in present-day Mexico, few book-length studies have been dedicated to her work. This book focuses on the writings of Elena Poniatowska and also on the work of her former students Silvia Molina and Rosa Nissán. A brief history of the literary workshop that links the three together is also provided. Although the three writers are quite different in several respects, they share one common element that is central to their writings: the depiction of marginal members of society. With reference to Subaltern Studies this study analyses how the subaltern is represented in the works of each writer.

Through Their Eyes

Author : George Steffner
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When General Mark W. Clark became president of The Citadel he determined to make the military college's plebe year the toughest in the world. This is an account of how thorough a job he did and a description of the lives of some of the cadets who endured what he created.

The Anglo Saxons

Author : Gale R. Owen-Crocker
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The papers published here are developed from presentations made at a Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies Conference entitled 'The Anglo-Saxons in their World' held in 2010. An eclectic collection of studies drawing on Latin, Old English and Old Norse texts, artefacts and archaeology, papers are grouped into five themed sections: 'Chosen people in their place'; 'Life in Anglo-Saxon England'; 'Beyond the shore'; 'The Mediterranean and beyond'; and 'The North, The Universe', though other connections may be found. Two papers focus largely on early archaeology (Battaglia, Trzaska-Nartowski and Riddler) and King's study is also of an archaeological find. A majority of papers relate to the intellectual climate of the early Christian period in England (Larpi, Higham, Grocock, King, Cesario, Barker and to some extent Sebo). Several take evidence from later Anglo-Saxon manuscripts (Scragg, Hill, Frederick, Sebo). Fafinski attempts a chronological sweep beginning in the Roman period, and Banham from the seventh century to the eleventh.

Through Their Eyes

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Science Through Their Eyes

Author : W. P. Palmer
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For the last five years I have asked students of the Diploma of Teaching and Graduate Diploma of Education to write "an individual science autobiography". They were asked to include their recollections of any science lesson that either encouraged them to do science or nearly put them off altogether. They were also asked if the content of the lesson or the personality of the teacher influenced them more. The idea came from an article I had read (Koch, 1990 [EJ419010]). The purpose of the assignment, which was not assessed was to ensure that student teachers thought about the occurrences that had influenced them as children, as a starting point for thinking how science should be taught. Interesting comparisons will be made between the reflections of the prospective primary and secondary teachers. These are contrasted with the recollections of some well-known people (scientists and others/fiction and non-fiction) taken from biographies or novels. The following are appended: (1) An Individual Science Autobiography; (2) Science-Definitions; (3) Dissections: A Summary; (4) Own View of Science-Teachers; and (5) Contradictory Reminiscences.

Through Their Eyes

Author : Welbie D. Houghton
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Through their eyes is based on the true heartwarming story of one English family's journey from Skegness, Lincolnshire, England in 1850 to New York Harbor. The story follows their adventures from New York Harbor to the wilderness of Lynn, Michigan and how the family helped settle their new home America. It follows the progress of subsequent generations as they become full-fledged American's. It reveals what life was like in the 18th and 19th centuries and will show one familie's perserverance in making the most of that life