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Opening Up

Author : Tristan Taormino
ISBN : 9781573444972
Genre : Self-Help
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Relationship expert and bestselling author Tristan Taormino offers a bold new strategy for creating loving, lasting relationships. Drawing on in-depth interviews with over a hundred women and men, Opening Up explores the real-life benefits and challenges of all styles of open relationships — from partnered non-monogamy to solo polyamory. With her refreshingly down-to-earth style and sharp wit, Taormino offers solutions for making an open relationship work, including tips on dealing with jealousy, negotiating boundaries, finding community, parenting and time management. Opening Up will change the way you think about intimacy.

Opening Up

Author : James W. Pennebaker
ISBN : 9781462504848
Genre : Psychology
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Anyone who has ever entrusted a troubling secret to a journal, or mourned a broken heart with a friend, knows the feeling of relief that expressing painful emotions can bring. This book presents astonishing evidence that personal self-disclosure is not only good for our emotional health, but boosts our physical health as well. Psychologist James W. Pennebaker has conducted controlled clinical research that sheds new light on the powerful mind body connection. This book interweaves his findings with insightful case studies on secret-keeping, confession, and the hidden price of silence. Filled with information and encouragement, Opening Up explains: *Why suppressing inner problems takes a devastating toll on health *How long-buried trauma affects the immune system *How writing about your problems can improve your health *Why it's never too late to heal old emotional wounds *When self-disclosure may be risky--and how to know whom to trust

Opening Up The Suburbs

Author : Anthony Downs
ISBN : 0300014554
Genre : Social Science
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Argues that the economic advantages of the suburbs need to be made accessible to the urban poor through the establishment of lowand moderate-income housing projects. Bibliogs

Opening Up Education

Author : Toru Iiyoshi
ISBN : 9780262033718
Genre : Education
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Experts discuss the potential for open education tools, resources, and knowledge to transform the economics and ecology of education.

Opening Up

Author : James Farrer
ISBN : 9780226238715
Genre : Psychology
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More and more men and women in China are having sex before marriage, creating a new youth sex culture based on romance, leisure and free choice. Farrer explores this change by tracing the basic elements in talk about sex and sexuality in Shanghai.

Economic Opening Up And Growth In Russia

Author : Evgeny Gavrilenkov
ISBN : 3540204598
Genre : Business & Economics
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After a decade of sharp economic decline, Russia switched to an impressive period of economic growth. Yet the economic record is still mixed, and many key problems remain unresolved, both in the economic sphere and the political system. The focus is on economic dynamics in Russia, reasons for its hesitant opening up process as well as the special role of the natural resources sector which is expected to continue to grow. This analysis highlights the existing deficiencies of the Russian economic system and raises doubts about the sustainability of growth. Twin focus is on required reforms and endogenous forces that impair liberalizing trade and investment in an orderly way. Russian discussions on WTO and other international topics are reflected.

Reform And Opening Up

Author : MAO Min
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Genre : History
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This is Part 8 of the book entitled "The Revival of China". The full book is about the revival of China in the 20th century and the first decade of the 21st century. This part of the book records how DENG Xiao-ping pushed for reform and opening up along the socialist road with Chinese characters. It covers how HUA Guo-feng dealt with the problem of “the gang of four”, how HU Yao-bang push for the discussion on “practice is the only criterion for checking the correctness of a theory” and for rehabilitation of unjust verdicts in the past, the June 4th incident, the JIANG Ze-ming’s era and the HU Jing-tao’s era.

The Opening Up Of International Organizations

Author : Jonas Tallberg
ISBN : 9781107435773
Genre : Political Science
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Once the exclusive preserve of member states, international organizations have become increasingly open in recent decades. Now virtually all international organizations at some level involve NGOs, business actors and scientific experts in policy-making. This book offers the first systematic and comprehensive analysis of this development. Combining statistical analysis and in-depth case studies, it maps and explains the openness of international organizations across issue areas, policy functions and world regions from 1950 to 2010. Addressing the question of where, how and why international organizations offer transnational actors access to global policy-making, this book has implications for critical issues in world politics. When do states share authority with private actors? What drives the design of international organizations? How do activists and businesses influence global politics? Is civil society involvement a solution to democratic deficits in global governance?

Opening Up Knowledge Production Through Participatory Research

Author : Jakob Rupert Friederichsen
ISBN : 3631588429
Genre : Social Science
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Participatory approaches to project planning and implementation have been hotly debated in development cooperation and policy circles since the 1980s. This book contributes to the debate by focusing on international, development-oriented agricultural research. Based on fieldwork in rural northern Vietnam and interviews with researchers in Vietnam and Germany, the book analyzes the manifold meanings associated with the concept of participatory research, and the hurdles participatory research must overcome in practice. It demonstrates the need to recognize multiple meanings of ‘participation’ in a multicultural actor constellation, the importance of political and research institutions in governing researchers’ work, and the potential of participatory methods to contribute to ethically and methodologically sound research practice.

Opening Up The Scriptures

Author : Jos Granados
ISBN : 9780802860118
Genre : Religion
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This volume was written by a group of eminent Catholics, including Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger - now Pope Benedict XVI. In these erudite essays the authors contend that historical-critical interpretation of Scripture has long since run its course in both Protestant and Catholic exegesis. Instead, they argue, the future of interpretation lies in accepting that the Bible is not just a collection of historical documents but also a record of revelation conceived in faith. By this token, true exegesis involves the faith and humility of the exegete. Contributors: Paul Beauchamp Bruna Costacurta Ignace De la Potterie Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger Klemens Stock Albert Cardinal Vanhoye

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