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Author: GORDON H THEILEN
Publisher: [S.l.] : EDITPROS LLC, 2017.
ISBNISSN: 1937317366, 9781937317362
Genre: Biography
Responsibility: ONE MEDICINE WAR ON CANCER : how discoveries in veterinary oncology led to advancement in... comparative medicine.
En la port.: American Pharmaceutical Association, Natural Health Resources. "Capital lifestyles book." Palatial feasts --
Royal wedding reception --
Eid holiday feast --
Arabian tea party --
Palace spice brunch --
Henna night --
Baby-naming ceremony --
Yemeni sabbath luncheon --
Ramadan breakfast --
Ramadan dinner --
Simpler delights --
Omani incense party --
Arabian "mocktail" party --
Children's pearl diving party --
Bedouin desert truffle party --
Jedda Red Sea picnic --
Oasis date harvest --
Arabian dessert party. Staying rooted in God's presence --
An eternal perspective --
The peace of charity --
Being at peace with oneself. "A guide for former fundamentalists and others leaving their religion"--Cover.
Includes a new introduction to the 2007 edition.
Originally: Winell, Marlene. Leaving the fold / Marlene Winell ; [foreword by Steve Allen]. Oakland, CA : New Harbinger Publications, [1993] xi, 297 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. Original copyright, 2004. First published in 2002 by The Arden Shakespeare. Introduction --
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Language --
Afterlife --
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Probable venues of early performance --
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Text: THE TRAGEDY OF KING RICHARD THE SECOND --
Longer notes --
Appendices: 1. Textual analysis --
2. Doubling chart --
3. Genealogical tables. History of school board governance theory and research --
Dissatisfaction theory of the American democracy / by Frank W. Lutz & Laurence Iannaccone --
School board research: a retrospective / by Peter J. Cistone --
History of the changing roles of school boards --
The evolving role of school boards: retrospect and prospect / by Michael W. Kirst --
Leading in an era of change: the micropolitics of superintendent-board relations / by Lars G. Bjork --
School board/superintendent and authority relations --
Historical and current tensions among board/superintendent --
Teams: symptoms or cause? / by Meredith Mountford --
Systemic leadership amidst turbulence: superintendent-school --
Board relations under pressure / by George J. Petersen & Lance D. Fusarelli --
School board democratic effectiveness --
Money, interest groups, and school board elections / by Frederick Hess --
Local school foundations: equity and the future of school funding / by Carol Merz Frankel --
A descriptive case study of discord & dissent: the story of a school --
Board's act of non-compliance to state and federal law / by Barbara DeHart & DeLacy D. Ganley --
School board's role in district/systemic reform --
The lighthouse inquiry: examining the role of school board --
Leadership in the improvement of student achievement / by Mary L. Delagardelle --
School reform, civic engagement, and school board leadership / by Theodore J. Kowalski --
Relevance: school board influence on student achievement --
School board politics and student achievement / by Thomas L. Alsbury --
School boards and raising student outcomes: reflections --
(confessions?) of a former urban school board member / by Sam Stringfield --
Revelation: school board's viability and possible future --
Elected versus appointed boards / by Thomas E. Glass --
Education mayors & big city school boards: new directions --
New evidence / by Kenneth K. Wong & Francis X. Shen. Originally published: New York : Russell Sage Foundation, ©2006. Scope and causes of the prison boom: Mass imprisonment / with Becky Petit; Inequality, crime, and the prison boom; Politics and economics of punitive criminal justice --
Consequences of mass imprisonment: Invisible inequality; Labor market after prison; Incarceration, marriage, and family life / with Leonard Lopoo; Did the prison boom cause the crime drop? --
Conclusion. Over the last thirty years, the prison population in the United States has increased more than sevenfold to over two million people, including vastly disproportionate numbers of minorities and people with little education. For some racial and educational groups, incarceration has become a depressingly regular experience, and prison culture and influence pervade their communities. Almost 60 percent of black male high school dropouts in their early thirties have spent time in prison. In [this book, the author] explores the recent era of mass incarceration and the serious social and economic consequences it has wrought. [The book] dispels many of the myths about the relationships among crime, imprisonment, and inequality. [It] reveals a strong relationship between incarceration and severely dampened economic prospects for former inmates. The recent explosion of imprisonment is exacting heavy costs on American society and exacerbating inequality. Whereas college or the military were once the formative institutions in young men's lives, prison has increasingly usurped that role in many communities. [Again, the book] profiles how the growth in incarceration came about and the toll it is taking on the social and economic fabric of many American communities.-Dust jacket.