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Childhood looks at the very different ways in which children have lived at times in the past and in some places still today. In the early 1800s one in five children died before the age of one. In the past only wealthy children went to school. Even today many millions of children can't go to school. Why? This book is as rich, varied and enjoyable as childhood. At a deeper level it encourages children to reflect on different ways they and others experience life.
What were communities like long ago? Have communities changed? Read this book to learn about communities.
This book is about the similarities between generations of people.
Explains how the Pilgrims' first Thanksgiving in 1621 differs from today's holiday in terms of activities and food.
Tired of looking at the tiny maps included in the back of your Bible and still not understanding an ancient city's location? Most study Bibles provide maps showing only the position of cities during biblical times in super small print, making your study efforts frustrating, time consuming, and incomplete. Knowing the whereabouts of ancient cities and their distance from modern-day locations remains an essential part of any Bible study. The Then and Nowʼ Bible Map Insert enables you to conveniently place over 22 full-color maps within your Bible to reference throughout your Bible study. With this insert, you will easily find out fascinating facts, such as - - The ruins of Nineveh are in Northern Iraq near Mosul in Kurdish areas. - The wise men were probably from Iran or Saudi Arabia. - Queen Esther's throne was less than 300 miles northeast of Kuwait City. Then and Nowʼ Bible Maps Insert features: - Middle East: Then and Now maps - Old Testament Time Line - Abraham's Journeys - Journeys of Jacob and Joseph - Families of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob - The Exodus: Then and Now maps - Judges and Prophets of Israel - Holy Land-Twelve Tribes: Then and Now maps - The Cycle Pattern in Judges - Holy Land-United Kingdom: Then and Now maps - The Tabernacle - Holy Land-Divided Kingdom: Then and Now maps - Assyrian Empire: Then and Now maps - Babylonian Empire map - Persian Empire maps - New Testament Time Line - Jerusalem map - Holy Land-New Testament: Then and Now maps - Paul's Travels and Missionary Journeys maps - Paul's Journey to Rome - Index Now, you will know where Bible places are today and will discover how Location, Location, Location matters within the Bible with Rose Publishing, Inc.'s Then and Nowʼ Bible Map Insert.
In The Presidency Then and Now, leading political scientists and historians assess the development of the presidency and its role in today's political landscape. The questions addressed in this wide-ranging volume include: How has the doctrine of separation of powers evolved? How have presidential campaigns and presidential oratory influenced the constitutional character of the institution? How does the scandal-driven press coverage of the post-Vietnam and post-Watergate presidency compare with the partisan press of the early republic? Among other topics, the contributors examine the early precedents and modern manifestations of the executive veto, executive privilege, and presidential use of force doctrine, and chart the shift from a constitutionally circumspect and constrained chief executive toward the modern notion of a plebiscitary presidency. The Presidency Then and Now assesses several key trends in presidential leadership including the recent movement toward a policy-centered presidency in which detailed policy development has at times supplanted broad vision and historically informed judgment. Other essays address such topics as the transformation of the Cabinet from a body whose members possessed stature equal to the president to a largely symbolic group that has been replaced in its advisory capacity by the White House staff. The Presidency Then and Now makes a case for returning to constitutional, reasoned deliberation and replacing modern fixation on 'celebrity' status with the founders' notion of 'stature.' By drawing comparisons between the old and the new, The Presidency Then and Now offers timely and incisive insights that will appeal not only to scholars of the presidency but to historians and general readers interested in the constitutional foundations, philosophical debates, and key political developments that have affected the presidential office over time.
"In Communication Then and Now, leveled text and vibrant, full-color photographs take readers through the cultural and technological advances that affected communication through time. Readers will compare life in the past to life today. Communication Then and Now also features reading tips for teachers and parents, a table of contents, a glossary, and an index"--
W. R. D. Fairbairn was both a precursor and an architect of revolutionary change in psychoanalysis. Through a handful of tightly reasoned papers written in the 1940s and 1950s, Fairbairn emerged as an incisive, albeit relatively obscure, voice in the wilderness, at considerable remove from mainstream Freudian and Kleinian psychoanalysis. But in the 1970s Harry Guntrip made Fairbairn's thinking more accessible to a wide readership, and Fairbairn's object relations theory, with its innovative theoretical and clinical concepts, was at the center of the turn toward relational thinking that swept psychoanalysis in the 1980s and 1990s. Fairbairn, Then and Now is a landmark volume, because a thorough grasp of Fairbairn's contribution is crucial to any understanding of what is taking place within psychoanalysis today. And Fairbairn's work remains a treasure trove of rich insights into the problems and issues in theory and clinical practice with which analysts and therapists are struggling today. This is a particularly propitious time for renewed focus on Fairbairn's contribution. A wealth of previously unpublished material has recently emerged, and the implications of Fairbairn's ideas for current developments in trauma, dissociation, infant research, self theory, field theory, and couple and family therapy are becoming increasingly clear. The conference that stimulated the contributions to this volume by internationally eminent Fairbairn clinicians and scholars was a historically important event, and Fairbairn, Then and Now makes the intellectual ferment generated by this event available to all interested readers.
Loren Stanfield hadn't seen Adam Riordan in twenty-three years. Yet the moment he stepped off the plane, she felt like a teenager again. Until she noticed Adam's sophisticated eighteen-year-old daughter, Daphne, flirting with Loren's own son, Joshua. Suddenly Loren felt every one of her forty years. Daphne's using all the same techniques to dazzle Joshua that Loren had tried with Adam. Should she tell the girl that love can't be forced—a lesson Loren had learned the hard way? Should she warn her son to stay away from girls like Daphne? Or should she do as Adam suggests - leave the kids alone and concentrate on fixing the mistakes they'd made?
The glorious tradition of the Broadway musical from Irving Berlin to Jerome Kern and Rodgers and Hammerstein to Stephen Sondheim. And then . . . Cats and Les Miz. Mark Steyn's Broadway Babies Say Goodnight is a sharp-eyed view of the whole span of Broadway musical history, seven decades of brilliant achievements the best of which are among the finest works American artists have made. Show Boat, Oklahoma!, Carousel, Gypsy, and more. In an energetic blend of musical history, analysis, and backstage chat, Mark Steyn shows us the genius behind the 'simple' musical, and asks hard questions about the British invasion of Broadway and the future of the form. In this delicious book he gives us geniuses and monsters, hits and atomic bombs, and the wonderful stories that prove show business is a business which -- as the song goes --there's no business like.
This study examines the gulf between the history and mythology that has grown up around different aspects of the 1960s, ranging from the counterculture to gay rights, to the student and women's movements, and to the Johnson presidency.
Unlike other publications since the downfall of Saddam's regime, Iraq: Then & Now traces the history of the country from ancient times until the present. Supplementary boxes, many written by Iraqis themselves, reflect on life today as compared with life in Saddam's Iraq and even earlier, describing their experiences, hopes, fears, ambitions and visions for the future.The book self-consciously avoids making any judgement on the political debate surrounding the 2003 war and subsequent occupation; instead it presents the varying views, and offers a rounded, balanced picture.Published to coincide with the fifth anniversary of the change, this guide to the country and its people, provides information on Iraq's culture and archaeology, the south, Baghdad and the Sunni Triangle. The northern region of Iraqi Kurdistan stands apart as a success story and the travel appendix provides essential information for the increasing numbers of visitors to this region.
What have people used to make clothes? What types of clothes do people wear today? Read this book to learn how clothes have changed.
A comprehensive compilation of reworkings of classic folk and fairy tales. The nature of folktales and their surrounding cultural contexts are examined; each story is accompanied by tale type numbers, motifs, lists of reworkings by genre, and author interpretation. An excellent resource for the study of tales.
Read Along or Enhanced eBook: Jasmin is astounded when Grandma tells her about the many things that were different when she was a girl - no computers, no e-mail, no color TV, no CD's, no cell phones, and no microwaves! But she and Grandma agree that one thing has never changed: the joy of cooking dinner together as a family.
Sexual Victimization: Then and Now provides scholars easy access to information that specifically examines the continuum of sex crimes and the perception of victims by our criminal justice system and society as a whole. This text features contributions from well-known researchers in the field and serves as an important resource to provide scholars with up-to-date research on sexual victimization that will educate students on this complex and evolving challenge for the criminal justice system. Editors Tara N. Richards and Catherine D. Marcum approach the concept by examining how the criminal justice system handles sexual victimization, the association between individuals in a relationship and sexual assault, and unusual and special issues associated with contemporary sexual victimization. By discussing these issues, the theoretical explanations for these crimes and the effectiveness of the policy that has been applied will effectively link the criminological areas of theory, research, and policy.
his books). Separating fact from fiction, Davidson sheds new light on crucial junctures in Columbus's life: the original contract given him to seek islands in the west, the claimed influence of Marco Polo on Columbus, the supposed sinking of the Santa Maria, and the role played by Jews in connection with the first voyage. At once a retelling of Columbus's life and a critique of other versions, Columbus Then and Now will be of value to Columbists, Latin American scholars,