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Intentional Community

Author : Susan Love Brown
ISBN : 0791452212
Genre : History
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Uses classical anthropological theory to understand “intentional communities” in the United States.

Intentional Living

Author : Andrea Jones Mullins
ISBN : 9781563099274
Genre : Religion
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Mullins' thought-provoking book unveils God's intentional decision to place believers here, not so they can wander aimlessly, but to include them in what He is doing.


Author : Stephen M. Holt, Sr.
ISBN : 9781490820293
Genre : Fiction
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Basketball superstar Trey Glass gives Christianity a good name. Seldom does one see the essence of Jesus so boldly lived out in one individual. And especially rare, it seems, is to find such vivid, intentional living in a successful professional athlete. The guy makes millions a year playing professional basketball, yet he chooses to live like his poor neighbors in a depressed part of Memphis. And he's never been happier. But not everyone is as happy about Trey Glass's life decisions. Despite harsh judgments, constant threats, and occasional assaults, Trey lives his convictions and gains the respect of his neighborhood. Soon, the entire city realizes this is no ordinary guy. But real trouble is brewing when three local gangs team up to rid the 'hood of their nemesis. Intentional is a love story about a young man intentionally living his life in response to his heroes-his earthly father and his Savior-and the price he pays for it.

Organized Simplicity

Author : Tsh Oxenreider
ISBN : 1440313601
Genre : House & Home
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Remove the Mess, Add Meaning Simplicity isn't about what you give up. It's about what you gain. When you remove the things that don't matter to you, you are free to focus on only the things that are meaningful to you. Imagine your home, your time, your finances, and your belongings all filling you with positive energy and helping you achieve your dreams. It can happen, and Organized Simplicity can show you how. Inside you'll find: A simple, ten-day plan that shows you step-by-step how to organize every room in your home Ideas for creating a family purpose statement to help you identify what to keep and what to remove from your life Templates for a home management notebook to help you effectively and efficiently take care of daily, weekly and monthly tasks Recipes for non-toxic household cleaners and natural toiletry items including toothpaste, deodorant and shampoo Start living a more organized, intentional life today.

The Intentional Stance

Author : Daniel Clement Dennett
ISBN : 0262540533
Genre : Psychology
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Through the use of such "folk" concepts as belief, desire, intention, and expectation, Daniel Dennett asserts in this first full scale presentation of a theory of intentionality that he has been developing for almost twenty years.

Living In Utopia

Author : Lucy Sargisson
ISBN : 9781351921763
Genre : Social Science
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Utopia is, literally, the good place that is no place. Utopias reveal people's dreams and desires and they may gesture towards different and better ways of being. But they are rarely considered as physical, observable phenomena. In this book Sargisson and Sargent, both established writers on utopian theory, turn their attention to real-life utopian communities. The book is based on their fieldwork and extensive archival research in New Zealand, a country with a special place in the history of utopianism. A land of opportunity for settlers with dreams of a better life, New Zealand has, per capita, more intentional communities - groups of people who have chosen to live and sometimes work together for a common purpose - than any country in the world. Sargisson and Sargent draw on the experiences of more than fifty such communities, to offer the first academic survey of this form of living utopian experiment. In telling the story of the New Zealand experience, Living in Utopia provides both transferable lessons in community, cooperation and social change and a unique insight into the utopianism at the heart of politics, society, and everyday life.

Finding Community

Author : Diana Leafe Christian
ISBN : 1550923838
Genre : House & Home
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Finding community is as critical as obtaining food and shelter, since the need to belong is what makes us human. The isolation and loneliness of modern life have led many people to search for deeper connection, which has resulted in a renewed interest in intentional communities. These intentional communities or ecovillages are an appealing choice for like-minded people who seek to create a family-oriented and ecologically sustainable lifestyle—a lifestyle they are unlikely to find anywhere else. However, the notion of an intentional community can still be a tremendous leap for some—deterred perhaps by a misguided vision of eking out a hardscrabble existence with little reward. In fact, successful ecovillages thrive because of the combined skills and resources of their members. Finding Community presents a thorough overview of ecovillages and intentional communities and offers solid advice on how to research thoroughly, visit thoughtfully, evaluate intelligently, and join gracefully. Useful considerations include: • Important questions to ask (of members and of yourself) • Signs of a healthy (and not-so-healthy) community • Cost of joining (and staying) • Common blunders to avoid Finding Community provides intriguing possibilities to readers who are seeking a more cooperative, sustainable, and meaningful life. Diana Leafe Christian is the author of Creating a Life Together and editor of Communities magazine. She lives at Earthhaven Ecovillage in North Carolina.

Intentional Interviewing And Counseling Facilitating Client Development In A Multicultural Society

Author : Allen Ivey
ISBN : 9780495601234
Genre : Psychology
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Over 450 databased studies and years of field testing attest to the effectiveness of the Microskills model in INTENTIONAL INTERVIEWING AND COUNSELING: FACILITATING CLIENT DEVELOPMENT IN A MULTICULTURAL SOCIETY! Available with an interactive CD-ROM (which can be packaged with the text), this hallmark text enables students of many backgrounds to master basic skills in a step-by-step fashion, thus rapidly empowering them to conduct a full interview using listening skills. Along the way, they are challenged to re-evaluate their current behaviors and perceptions, thus gaining valuable insight about themselves, their strengths, and the areas where they can develop further. By the time they finish reading the text, they will have the ability to adapt their skills to meet both individual and multicultural uniqueness, conduct interviews using five different theoretical approaches, and be well on their way to developing a personalized style and theory of interviewing and counseling that matches their own aptitudes and affinities. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Measuring The Intentional World

Author : J. D. Trout
ISBN : 9780195166590
Genre : Philosophy
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This book introduces a novel version of realism--Measured Realism--that characterizes the kind of theoretical progress in the social and psychological sciences that is uneven but indisputable. Trout proposes a theory of measurement--Population-Guided Estimation--that connects natural, psychological, and social scientific inquiry.

Intentional Human Dosing Studies For Epa Regulatory Purposes

Author : National Research Council
ISBN : 0309166411
Genre : Science
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The EPA commissioned The National Academies to provide advice on the vexing question of whether and, if so, under what circumstances EPA should accept and consider intentional human dosing studies conducted by companies or other sources outside the agency (so-called third parties) to gather evidence relating to the risks of a chemical or the conditions under which exposure to it could be judged safe. This report recommends that such studies be conducted and used for regulatory purposes only if all of several strict conditions are met, including the following: The study is necessary and scientifically valid, meaning that it addresses an important regulatory question that can’t be answered with animal studies or nondosing human studies; The societal benefits of the study outweigh any anticipated risks to participants. At no time, even when benefits beyond improved regulation exist, can a human dosing study be justified that is anticipated to cause lasting harm to study participants; and All recognized ethical standards and procedures for protecting the interests of study participants are observed. In addition, EPA should establish a Human Studies Review Board (HSRB) to evaluate all human dosing studies â€" both at the beginning and upon completion of the experiments â€" if they are carried out with the intent of affecting the agency's policy-making.

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