Job Hunting 3 0

Author: Richard Maun
Editor: Marshall Cavendish International Asia Pte Ltd
ISBN: 9814312908
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Competition is fierce. Employers and recruiters are becoming more skilful and discerning. Finding the job you want today requires more than a brilliant CV and the ability to answer tough interview questions. Job hunting has become a sophisticated game, and to play it well you must have the right set of tools and skills that can really make a difference. This book, based on a successful seminar taught at Cranfield University to high-flying business and MBA students, provides tools, tips, skills and secrets to turn you from an amateur to a professional player in today’s job hunting market. You will become more confident, maximise your achievements, increase your opportunities and sell yourself more effectively by undertaking this proven framework

A Passion For Friends

Author: Janice G. Raymond
Editor: Spinifex Press
ISBN: 9781876756086
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Janice Raymond offers a vision of female friendship that is as exhilarating as it is controversial. In this feminist classic, she explores the many manifestations of friendship between women including the ancient Greek hetairai, the sisterhood of mediaeval nuns and the marriage resisters of China. Thousands of women have created their own communities and destinies through friendship. She also examines the contemporary women's movement and its networks and friendships -- as well as the forces operating against friendship between women. A tough and clear-sighted analysis, and a book to read again and again.

The Social Life Of Materials

Author: Adam Drazin
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1472592662
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Materials play a central role in society. Beyond the physical and chemical properties of materials, their cultural properties have often been overlooked in anthropological studies: finished products have been perceived as 'social' yet the materials which comprise them are considered 'raw' or natural'. The Social Life of Materials proposes a new perspective in this interdisciplinary field. Diverting attention from the consumption of objects, the book looks towards the properties of materials and how these exist through many transformations in a variety of cultural contexts. Human societies have always worked with materials. However, the customs and traditions surrounding this differ according to the place, the time and the material itself. Whether or not the material is man-made, materials are defined by social intervention. Today, these constitute one of the most exciting areas of global scientific research and innovation, harboring the potential to act as key vehicles of change in the world. But this 'materials revolution' has complex social implications. Smart materials are designed to anticipate our actions and needs, yet we are increasingly unable to apprehend the composite materials which comprise new products. Bringing together ethnographic studies of cultures from around the world, this collection explores the significance of materials by moving beyond questions of what may be created from them. Instead, the text argues that the materials themselves represent a shifting ground around which relationships, identities and powers are constantly formed and dissolved in the act of making and remaking.

My Friend Sandy

Author: Jane Duncan
Editor: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 1447297717
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Janet and 'Twice' Alexander break new ground in the island of St. Jago, British West Indies-a setting as far removed from the Highlands of Scotland as a calypso from a lament. But it takes more than a planter's punch compounded of island feuds, jealousies and intrigues to put out the exuberant Alexanders-as this further sparkling episode in the now-famous saga shows, through an unexpected drama provides a startling climax.

The American Journal Of Psychology

Author: Granville Stanley Hall
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The American Journal Of Psychology

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Thoughts And Stories

Author: Antonio H Benitez
Editor: Page Publishing Inc
ISBN: 1644621959
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Thoughts and Stories for an Uncertain World is a collection of perspective writings divided into three parts. The first—poems—represents the author’s beginnings as a creative writer. The second—essays—is a series of political, philosophical, and historical essays. The third—short stories—is a collection of short stories. I’ve always had a fascination for the exploration of thought. As a result, my thinking exceeded far beyond the small universe of my public school experience, and I developed a desire for literary expression.

Ducks On The Pond

Author: R. Scott Murphy
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1257095188
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Ducks is a love letter to baseball, but it's not just diamonds, dust & Dodgers. It's about youth, wonder & nostalgia-simpler times when Pluto was a planet & reality stars were not. Steal away to Kool Aid-stained summer days, wiffle ball, BBQ hot dogs and American Top 40 with Casey Kasem. Award-winning writer R. Scott Murphy uses his storyteller mashup style to blend Cultural Literacy with Schoolhouse Rock and take snapshots of the grand game. He morphs generations of Bronx Bombers in Revelry In The House of Ruth, the ultimate conversation starter for Yankee Nation. Liven up your longball lingo with The Home Run Alphabet. Take a poetic excursion to every MLB stadium & every World Series played since 1965. Count down Murphy's favorite baseball nicknames with music references as assigned by ESPN's Chris Berman. Albert Pujols becomes E Pluribus Pujols, and The Monsters Are Raging On Huston Street. As Casey Kasem would say, Keep your feet on the ground and keep reaching for the stars.

Aquinas And Empowerment

Author: G. Simon Harak
Editor: Georgetown University Press
ISBN: 087840614X
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Applying the ethical concepts of Thomas Aquinas to contemporary moral problems, this book both presents new interpretations of Thomist theology and offers new insights into today's perplexing moral dilemmas. This volume addresses such contemporary issues as internalized oppression, especially as it relates to women and African-Americans; feminism and anger; child abuse; friendship and charity; and finally, justice and reason. The collection revives Aquinas as an ethicist who has relevant things to say about contemporary concerns. These essays illustrate how Thomistic ethics can encourage and empower people in moral struggles. As the first book to use Aquinas to explore such issues as child abuse and oppression, it includes a variety of approaches to Aquinas's ethics. Aquinas and Empowerment is a valuable resource for students of classical thought and contemporary ethics.

Poems By E B Barrett

Author: Elizabeth Barrett Browning
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Poems Of Paul Hamilton Hayne

Author: Paul Hamilton Hayne
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Love Poems

Author: Danielle Steel
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0751556645
File Size: 10,48 MB
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Apart from being a prolific novelist, Danielle Steel writes poetry. This is a collection which covers her thoughts and feelings over a period of fifteen years. Danielle says: 'This is a special book about special people. People who loved me, and whom I have loved. People who have brought me joy beyond measure, and sometimes incredible pain. People I have hurt, sometimes more than I can bear to think about. People who have hurt me, sometimes more than they know. Yet each of their gifts has been precious, each moment treasured, each face, each smile, each victory, each defeat...in retrospect all of it is beautiful, because we cared so much.' A poetry collection from one of the world's bestselling novelists.

Casa Guidi Windows

Author: Elizabeth Barrett Browning
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The Brook

Author: William Bull Wright
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The Poetical Works Of Elizabeth Barrett Browning

Author: Elizabeth Barrett Browning
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Avolio

Author: Paul Hamilton Hayne
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The Last Train

Author: Thomas Neradin
Editor: WritersPrintShop
ISBN: 9781904623038
File Size: 57,72 MB
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The Last Train is an original collection of surreal travelling tales. The four novella-sized tales re-kindles the art of the multi-layered fire-side yarn and laced it with black humour. Infused with dark philosophical themes and subtle social comment., The Last Train transports the mundane travelling experience into a world of pulse pounding adventure and macabre characters. Thomas Neradin, a newsreader and health writer, moves the thirty-something genre along. Tailor-made to slip into the backpacker's rucksack, or holiday suitcase.