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Belonging

Author : Ruth Nason
ISBN : 0237527642
Genre : Identification (Religion)
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This brand new addition to the Start-Up brand has been created specially to support the Schemes of Work for Religion at KS1 and lower KS2. Each book covers different aspects of religion, and the part it plays in people's lives - the basic belief of different religions, the places of worship and sacred texts that are used.

Belonging

Author : Toko-Pa Turner
ISBN : 1775111202
Genre : Belonging (Social psychology)
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Most people think of belonging as a mythical place, and they spend a lifetime searching for it in vain. But what if belonging isn't a place at all? What if it's a skill that, in modern times, has been lost or forgotten?

Belonging

Author : Anthony Paul Cohen
ISBN : 071900859X
Genre : Ethnology
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Belonging

Author : Isabel Huggan
ISBN : 9780307369611
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The long-awaited new book from the acclaimed short story writer, author of The Elizabeth Stories and You Never Know. Belonging is pure pleasure to read -- entertaining, beautifully written, laced with gentle humour and perceptive insights. Shifting from memoir to fiction, it focuses on the commonplace experiences underlying our lives that are the true basis for storytelling. At the book’s core is Isabel Huggan’s old house in rural France, from where she contemplates the real meaning of “home,” and the mysterious manner in which memory gives substance to ordinary things around us. With a light touch, she brings to life the people she has met in her travels from whom valuable lessons have been learned. Isabel Huggan writes with the candour and compassion that made her earlier books so well loved, and here she speaks even more clearly from the heart. Belonging is an intimate conversation between the narrator who needs to examine her life because it has not turned out as she expected, and her readers, who will find their own concerns illuminated in surprising ways. Slowly, a pattern emerges as certain motifs become apparent: happiness, friendship, landscape, language, heartache. As the book draws to a close, readers will understand the fictional character who says, “There is nothing in our lives that doesn’t fit.” From the Hardcover edition.

Globalization And Belonging

Author : Michael Savage
ISBN : 0761949860
Genre : Political Science
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Drawing on long-term empirical research into cultural practices, lifestyles and identities, Globalization and Belonging explores how far-reaching global changes are articulated locally. The authors address key sociological issues of stratification as analysis alongside 'cultural' issues of identity, difference, choice and lifestyle. Their original argument: Shows how globalisation theory conceives of the 'local' ; reveals that people have a sense of elective belonging based on where they choose to put down roots. Suggests that the feel of a place is much more strongly influenced by the values and lifestyles of those migrating to it ; reinvigorates debates in urban and community studies by recovering the 'local' as an intrinsic aspect of globalization

Locality And Belonging

Author : Nadia Lovell
ISBN : 9781134739806
Genre : Social Science
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Locality and Belonging provides an international overview of the close relationship between territory and cultural identity. The issue of 'belonging' has long been recognized as crucial to the study of identity within anthropology. Here, contributors from Sweden, Norway, the Netherlands, France and the UK present rigorous case studies of 'belonging' from the UK, South Africa, Argentina, Zanzibar, Amazonia, Indonesia and West Africa. Among the themes explored are: * space, memory and ethnicity * the mnemonic use of objects * mythologies of football and history * use of 'natural features' of the environment * nationhood and post-colonial identity making.

Belonging

Author : Karen Ann Hopkins
ISBN : 9780373210817
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Leaving everything in the modern world when she falls in love with Amish boy Noah and joins his community, Rose ignores skepticism about her decision and struggles to prove herself throughout a trial period during which she and Noah are forcibly separated. Original.

Belonging

Author : Lucinda Mosher
ISBN : 1596270101
Genre : Religion
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Announcing a new series: FAITH IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD This series of books explores what it means to live and worship among the many faiths unique to America's neighborhoods. Each book in the series illuminates the questions Christians have about other faiths such as Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Baha'i, Zoroastrianism, Afro-Caribbean religions, Native-American religions, Confucianism, and Shinto. Different faiths have different ideals of community, and different kinds of rules. In Belonging Lucinda Mosher explores the vocabulary of America's many religions, the theologies and rituals that create a sense of belonging, and how these religions handle life's stages--welcoming babies, rites of passage for adolescents, initiation, and conversion. Interwoven with interviews and personal stories, Belonging is intended for interfaith education of all kinds. A quick guide to each religion, a glossary, and recommended reading are included.

Belonging

Author : Umi Sinha
ISBN : 9781908434753
Genre : Fiction
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Umi Sinha's unforgettable debut is an intense, compelling and finely wrought epic of love and loss, of race and ethnicity, of homeland – and of belonging - See more at: http://myriadeditions.com/books/belonging/#sthash.CKAzTgEv.AUmi Sinha's unforgettable debut is an intense, compelling and finely wrought epic of love and loss, of race and ethnicity, of homeland – and of belonging - See more at: http://myriadeditions.com/books/belonging/#sthash.CKAzTgEv.dpufUmi Sinha's unforgettable debut is an intense, compelling and finely wrought epic of love and loss, of race and ethnicity, of homeland – and of belonging - See more at: http://myriadeditions.com/books/belonging/#sthash.CKAzTgEv.dpufAn intense, compelling, and finely wrought epic of love and loss, race and ethnicity, homeland, and belonging—shortlisted for the Author's Club Best First Novel Award 2016Lila Langdon is 12 years old when she witnesses a family tragedy after her mother unveils her father's surprise birthday present—a tragedy that ends her childhood in India and precipitates a new life in Sussex with her Great-aunt Wilhelmina. From the darkest days of the British Raj through to the aftermath of World War I, Belonging tells the interwoven story of three generations and their struggles to understand and free themselves from a troubled history steeped in colonial violence. It is a novel of secrets that unwind through Lila's story, through her grandmother's letters home from India and the diaries kept by her father, Henry, as he puzzles over the enigma of his birth and his stormy marriage to the mysterious Rebecca.

Belonging

Author : John McCallum
ISBN : IND:30000125248132
Genre : Australian drama
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John McCallum's new history explores the relationship between 20th century Australian drama and a developing concept of nation. The book focuses on the creative tension sparked by dueling impulses between nationalism and cosmopolitanism; and between artistic seriousness and larrikin populism. It explores issues such as the domineering influence of European high culture, the ongoing popularity of representational realism, the influence of popular theatrical forms, the ambivalence (between affection and aggression) of much Australian humour and satire, and the interaction between the personal and the political in drama. The strength of "Belonging" is its comprehensiveness, anyone studying an Australian play will find an account of it here in the context of the other works by its author or the time and place in which it was written. As well as a rundown of the major writers and their works, and an account of how the minor writers fitted in, the book also investigates the more obscure plays and writers about whom little has been written. This authoritative study of Australian drama gives an account of the relationship between our theatre and our sense of self while taking into account a broad range of influences that helped to shape both.

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