Lucid Landscapes

Lucid Landscapes Author Maynard Demmon
ISBN-10 0998449601
Release 2017-04-30
Pages 72
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Self Action Leadership The Key to Personal Professional Freedom

Self Action Leadership  The Key to Personal   Professional Freedom Author Jordan R. Jensen, Ed.D.
ISBN-10 9781504933117
Release 2015-10-09
Pages 744
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Self-Action Leadership: The Key to Personal & Professional Freedom is a groundbreaking personal leadership manual that introduces a metaphysical (or self-help) Theory of Everything. In the book, Dr. Jensen interweaves nearly three decades of personal experiences, literature reviews, and action research into an original Theory and Model of personal leadership called Self-Action Leadership. In the narrative sections of his book, Dr. Jensen describes the life and career challenges he has faced and overcame while struggling to manage obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and depression. Self-Action Leadership is the most comprehensive personal leadership handbook to hit the market since Dr. Stephen R. Covey's 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.



Foreign Workers in Israel

Foreign Workers in Israel Author Israel Drori
ISBN-10 9780791477090
Release 2009-01-21
Pages 256
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Explores how the entry of migrant workers into Israel raises questions beyond just those of the labor market.



Exploring Lost Dimensions in Christian Mysticism

Exploring Lost Dimensions in Christian Mysticism Author Louise Nelstrop
ISBN-10 9781317137351
Release 2016-04-15
Pages 242
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’Mystical theology’ has developed through a range of meanings, from the hidden dimensions of divine significance in the community’s interpretation of its scriptures to the much later ’science’ of the soul’s ascent into communion with God. The thinkers and questions addressed in this book draws us into the heart of a complicated, beautiful, and often tantalisingly unfinished conversation, continuing over centuries and often brushing allusively into parallel concerns in other religions. Raising fundamental matters of epistemology, representation, metaphysics, and divine reality, contributors approach the mystical from postmodern, feminist, sociological and historical perspectives through thinkers such as Meister Eckhart, Thomas Aquinas, Catherine of Siena, Ignatius of Loyola, William James, Evelyn Underhill, Ernst Troeltsch, Rudolf Otto, Jacques Derrida, Jean-Luc Marion and Jean-Louis Chrétien. Medieval and early modern radical prophetic approaches are also explored. This book includes new essays by Sarah Apetrei, Tina Beattie, Raphel Cadenhead, Oliver Davies, Philip Endean, Brian FitzGerald, Ann Loades, George Pattison, Simon D. Podmore, Joel D.S. Rasmussen, and Johannes Zachhuber.



Landscapes of Resistance

Landscapes of Resistance Author Barton Byg
ISBN-10 0520089103
Release 1995
Pages 303
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This study traces the career of the two filmmakers, Daniele Huillet and Jean-Marie Straub, and explores their connection to German modernism, in particular their relationship to the Frankfurt School.



Italian Historical Rural Landscapes

Italian Historical Rural Landscapes Author Mauro Agnoletti
ISBN-10 9789400753549
Release 2012-12-09
Pages 550
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Sustainable development and rural policies have pursued strategies where farming has been often regarded as a factor deteriorating the ecosystem. But the current economic, social and environmental problems of the Earth probably call for examples of a positive integration between human society and nature. This research work presents more than a hundred case studies where the historical relationships between man and nature have generated, not deterioration, but cultural, environmental, social and economic values. The results show that is not only the economic face of globalization that is negatively affecting the landscape, but also inappropriate environmental policies. The CBD-UNESCO program on biocultural diversity, the FAO Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems and several projects of the International Union of Forest Research Organizations, as well as European rural policies acknowledge the importance of cultural values associated to landscape. This research intends to support these efforts.



Pastoralist Landscapes and Social Interaction in Bronze Age Eurasia

Pastoralist Landscapes and Social Interaction in Bronze Age Eurasia Author Michael David Frachetti
ISBN-10 0520942698
Release 2009-01-05
Pages 232
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Offering a fresh archaeological interpretation, this work reconceptualizes the Bronze Age prehistory of the vast Eurasian steppe during one of the most formative and innovative periods of human history. Michael D. Frachetti combines an analysis of newly documented archaeological sites in the Koksu River valley of eastern Kazakhstan with detailed paleoecological and ethnohistorical data to illustrate patterns in land use, settlement, burial, and rock art. His investigation illuminates the practical effect of nomadic strategies on the broader geography of social interaction and suggests a new model of local and regional interconnection in the third and second millennia B.C.E. Frachetti further argues that these early nomadic communities played a pivotal role in shaping enduring networks of exchange across Eurasia.



New Scientist

New Scientist Author
ISBN-10 UOM:39015036999160
Release 1996
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Woodlands

Woodlands Author David Lindenmayer
ISBN-10 9780643099876
Release 2005-09-09
Pages 160
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Australia's little known woodlands once covered huge areas of the eastern side of our continent. Woodlands are distinguished from forests by the fact that their canopies do not touch, tree heights are usually lower and they usually have a grassy understorey. They support a fascinating and diverse array of birds, mammals, reptiles, frogs, invertebrates and plants, and have been under massive pressure from grazing and agriculture over the past 200 years. In many cases only small remnant patches of some types of woodland survive. Understanding and appreciating woodlands is an important way forward for promoting their sustainable management and conservation. Woodlands: A Disappearing Landscape explains with lucid text and spectacular photographs the role that woodlands play in supporting a range of native plants and animals that has existed there for millions of years. The book is set out as a series of logically linked chapters working from the woodland canopy (the tree crowns), through the understorey, the ground layers, and to the lowest lying parts of landscape – wetlands, creeks and dams. Each chapter illustrates many key topics in woodland biology with text and images, explaining important aspects of woodland ecology as well as woodland management and conservation.



Surrealism and Architecture

Surrealism and Architecture Author Thomas Mical
ISBN-10 041532520X
Release 2005
Pages 362
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This is a historically informed examination of architecture's perceived absence in surrealist thought, surrealist tendencies in the theories and projects of modern architecture, and the place of surrealist thought in contemporary design. This book represents current insights into surrealism in the thought and practice of modern architecture. In these essays, the role of the subconscious, the techniques of defamiliarization, aesthetic and social forces affecting the objects, interiors, cities and landscapes of the twentieth century are revealed. The book contains a diversity of voices from across modern art and architecture to bring into focus what is often overlooked in the histories of the modernist avant-garde. This collection examines the practices of writers, artists, architects, and urbanists with emphasis on a critique of the everyday world-view, offering alternative models of subjectivity, artistic effect, and the production of meanings in the built world.



Bulletin

Bulletin Author Pan American Union
ISBN-10 PSU:000059954095
Release 1927
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Enchanting Asian Social Landscapes

Enchanting Asian Social Landscapes Author A Mani
ISBN-10 9789810795054
Release 2014-05-01
Pages 283
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The chapters for this volume were prepared over a period of six years at the Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University (APU), Japan. When APU was established in April 2000, the founding President, Professor Sakamoto Kazuichi (1998), established the vision of promoting a body of knowledge that has come to be known as Asia Pacific Studies. With the establishment of the Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies in 2004, it became crucial that the discipline be realised in the teaching and research of students and faculty. As a founding faculty member of APU and the Graduate School, in addition to succeeding as the second Director (after Professor Sakamoto Kazuichi) of the Ritsumeikan Center for Asia Pacific Studies (RCAPS – 2001 to 2004), I found myself at the forefront to develop this new body of discipline. The course on the ‘Changing Social Landscapes in the Asia Pacific’ became one of the many courses at the Graduate School that I experimented with in order to help evolve this body of knowledge among graduate students. The study of social landscapes already exists as a discipline within the social sciences. Undertaken by sociologists, geographers, urban planners, architects, and historians, it is a developed multidisciplinary field of study. Thus, the basic approaches to the field are well-established and taught at many graduate schools. But teaching this established field with a focus towards developing a new body of Asia Pacific Studies posed a challenge to this author and the students who came to study at APU. After muddling through various experimentations at curriculum design, the course came to a definitive framework of teaching and guiding students to write papers that could incorporate the existing social landscape theoretical perspectives and developing the new Asia Pacific Studies.



Bulletin of the Pan American Union

Bulletin of the Pan American Union Author
ISBN-10 UCAL:$B730325
Release 1927
Pages
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Cuban Landscapes

Cuban Landscapes Author Joseph L. Scarpaci
ISBN-10 9781606233627
Release 2009-07-06
Pages 216
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This accessible book offers a vivid geographic portrait of Cuba, exploring the island’s streetscapes, sugar cane fields, beaches, and rural settlements; its billboards, government buildings, and national landmarks. The authors illuminate how natural and built landscapes have shaped Cuban identity (cubanidad), and vice versa. They provide a unique perspective on Cuba’s distinct historical periods and political economies, from the colonial period through republicanism and today’s socialist era. Compelling topics include the legacies of slavery and the sugar industry, the past and future of urban development, and the impact of “islandness” on sociocultural processes.



Emerging Landscapes

Emerging Landscapes Author Davide Deriu
ISBN-10 9781317144793
Release 2016-05-06
Pages 244
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Emerging Landscapes brings together scholars and practitioners working in a wide range of disciplines within the fields of the built environment and visual arts to explore landscape as an idea, an image, and a material practice in an increasingly globalized world. Drawing on the synergies between the fields of architecture and photography, this collection takes a multidisciplinary approach, combining practice-based research with scholarly essays. It explores and critically reassesses the interface between representation - the imaginary and symbolic shaping of the human environment - and production - the physical and material changes wrought on the land. At a time of environmental crisis and the ’end of nature, ’shifting geopolitical boundaries and economic downturn, Emerging Landscapes reflects on the state of landscape and its future, mapping those practices that creatively address the boundaries between possibility, opportunity and action in imagining and shaping landscape.



On Landscapes

On Landscapes Author Susan Herrington
ISBN-10 9781317827665
Release 2013-12-19
Pages 160
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There is no escaping landscape: it's everywhere and part of everyone's life. Landscapes have received much less attention in aesthetics than those arts we can choose to ignore, such as painting or music – but they can tell us a lot about the ethical and aesthetic values of the societies that produce them. Drawing on examples from a wide range of landscapes from around the world and throughout history, Susan Herrington considers the ways landscapes can affect our emotions, our imaginations, and our understanding of the passage of time. On Landscapes reveals the design work involved in even the most naturalistic of landscapes, and the ways in which contemporary landscapes are turning the challenges of the industrial past into opportunities for the future. Inviting us to thoughtfully see and experience the landscapes that we encounter in our daily lives, On Landscapes demonstrates that art is all around us.



Measuring Landscapes

Measuring Landscapes Author Andre Botequilha Leitao
ISBN-10 1597267724
Release 2012-09-26
Pages 272
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This practical handbook bridges the gap between those scientists who study landscapes and the planners and conservationists who must then decide how best to preserve and build environmentally-sound habitats. Until now, only a small portion of the relevant science has influenced the decision-making arenas where the future of our landscapes is debated and decided. The authors explain specific tools and concepts to measure a landscape's structure, form, and change over time. Metrics studied include patch richness, class area proportion, patch number and density, mean patch size, shape, radius of gyration, contagion, edge contrast, nearest neighbor distance, and proximity. These measures will help planners and conservationists make better land use decisions for the future.